The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


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Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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MAR 19 1955


A, B. P. FMIDAT, MABCH 1i, 1955

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Told Him Ruben

Killed Col. Remon

Informed sources today quoted parts of his confession and

on Jan. last th hs brother, of Miro will continue today with
confeedd.5er Ruben 0. Miro both defense lawyers FeUpe J.
was easassin of President Escobar and Oullermo Marquez
Jose Antono Remon on Jan. 2 at iBrl-eflo an special prosecutor-
Juan France race track. Jose N. Lasso de is Vega itting
in on the-ques toning..
Father Carlos Pmen Ilerrera There Is an opiinon me
testllMt .before DIsL Atty. e~reles that the pames of other
Frn5eKo Alvarado Jr. that persons not mentioned before
foawuag an UOeesf0l at-. will be broncht ot in one way
tempt by Caroies iro to ak or another during thri In
his ow lie by cutting the connection with the Ma nna-
veins on hs wrist, he named tien plot. g
his brother during a conversa- Mario de Diego, general' man-
tion with the priet, the soUnr- ager of the Institute for Econ6,
ea said. mc Development (IP), .and
other persons gave testimony
Father Pares Herrera testified this morning before ame
before the P.A., after getting of the Panama Secret police.
permission from his superior Lodeakers will be Installed
Meanwhile, Whe National A-outside the National As "
sembl" three-man committee y Monday to ermt sped tors nl
on s edings or e trial of ore unabl to t..a the now
Impeached ex-president lose Ra- bUilldn to hear the proc= i ir
mon Guizado, who is charged Admission to the Assei |y gCi
with plotting the asanwrnation during the tilal will be by spe- im
of President Remon, wormed for law passes. In
17 consectiw ho yeoa1 prda. f
on depositions and briefs pre- the D.A, the de sense
an# .o prsecuton. w
(hza^is woduled to go on
trial Mdday at 3Pp.m. W
It I that Mira was
guest ayby the As- S..
s- , co nnectiOn
r the conessbed W
o said to have sent to the A cable was received today by (UP
e'Aoa4k(Panama Local 010 W r nest I
oa sacmting some Shf exec -lSe sera

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SS PANAMAS'RCEZIVE DARIEN INDIANS BIta posemena (left former Miss Panama
w employed at the Prealdenca, take noteU fr6m C oMente Membacha, spokesman for Da-
n Indcan delegates Joe Chlripua and Raldomero and UrtNe Barquerizo who visited Panama
y for an Intrvlew with President Ricardo AAs.. Looking on Is Elzibir Malek, alp a former
s Panama, who helped the Indians decide whether they would wear their baseban caps dur-
the interview with the President.

956 US Political Campaig n Draws Closer

o After Yalta Comes China, GOP Edition
ASHINGTON, March 18 Chiang Kal-shek and his Kuo- "Then there ill be no mis-
S-- The Eisenhower admin- mintang party. _. ke as to whak *at on between
ton plans an early release It rejected the R"publlcan 1M92 at. / .
m1i dnenwwumntd i galnmed harse that the De-..toi a t l' 'e for the cal China

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JERUSALEM. March 18 (UP) I rn-rI
-Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, widow -U iu r I I u J S
of the late President, said to-
day she was certain her hus- -.
band never would have released
the Yalta papers for publicitlon n' i ,,
had he lived. oi iK i
According to the newspaper
Maartv, Mks. Roosevelt -said:
"My husband .discussed vari-
ous subjects with British Prime
Minister Winston Churchill, and / 0 -
that s quite ossible he suggested LONDON, March 18 (UP) Oneof the angriest
to China, but I know not thing ropean squalls of criticism to blow up against the Uitf
"But I am sure my husband States since the war broke today over U.S. publicatie.s
would have never given these the Yalta secrets.
apers for publication had he Sir Winston Churchill's remark in the House of C
Mrs. Roosevelt arrived this mons that such publication was "undesirale" reflect~
morning for an eight-daytour British irritation that the documents were made publiet
to China, but I know nothing
guesL tonight of Chief Rabbi all.
Isaac Herzog. Grim silence among French policymakers and an e t.
fort by German ones to shrug off-'the revelations
Boni vo IM l concern that they had endangered French appu vo'
German rearmament.
Aw oves AccordsOn Newspapers from London to Vienna and from St .4
holm to Rome loudly condemned U.S. Secretway of.$Sto
5e$ M u RI Menm l John Fostr Dulles for releasing the documents tand HI
BONN, GrMny, *arch is late PrestBnot Roosevelt for what the documents reVelo
CUP),- The Xpni Government abdut his dealings with Stalin. ,
completed ratification today of
the Paris accords to rearm 100.- The Copenhagen Information In W i
000 Gerpians as a majox force called Dules "the big bull in the the .
in. the western defense systemnL nternati"a Obina p o." Y
>ffa~n Compwlt t M.alstly Jal said *fiJopi Itutl
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singer Rogers and her FrOnc
husband, Jacqubs 3ererac, left
TocUmen at two clock this
morning for New York, artr
their first vWiVd .to .Panaha.,
whlih lasted for 26 -
yeterday mnoning the movie
stars went to Miraftores control
tower anid w i shown "how
aNuh pass thiOh the Locks.
Rdei. a tarBg- and evening
they spent" shopping and sulht-
seeing and h were sorry not
to be abjestot'ay longer andsee
more of the 1eWM of .Pan-i
ama, which M to faci, late
them. '"
The first motve wlCb Jacques
Bergerac has made n hi career
has just been released by United
Artists. He takes the lead oppos-
ite his wife. The film was aide
In England last year. It-is called
"Twist of Pate."'

Gettinq Transport-
To AFL Meeting
Cars will be at Balboa station
tomorrow to shuttle Atlantic
iders to he AFL rally at Diablo
Service Center.
To cope with ese coming over
for the rally, a peal coach will
be attached to t coming mor-

Vai vU55 WMAIMWNMM^ IU-7060h
tiate on Ibshl of.te a loWta
workers nployed ta"-re, e=
me athe end of this.month,
or the bmlofMng .
,.1ominent an' U ikx
point td bed dis-
eamw an AMan
medaMuents to job laiflcatloA
RaMhinery, and ejxpaded JOb

Apporfnt Suicide
IIn PanCanbl Shops

place 01 o ployment, was zouna
In his n68ket.
The by was taken to Gor-
%Ws Hospital after Dr. Joseph M.
Meadows, yho was summoned
to the aefte. pronounced him
dead. An autopsy will be p-

Lot -Blooming
.Sh eka Pew je walL
t' ar yUt.

The 1949 China "white paper"
nlned principal blame for Na-
lon a lst China's loss of the
mainland on Gener atilssilmo

New York Invad
By Steady S wall

NEW YORK. Marh 18 (UP) -
A thick, steady sn wh which
began about 5 a.m. had piled on
and one half Inches deep on New
Tork City .by 10 a .. today. I
was expected to'otOnue-to.
depth of four or five inches by
late afternoon. '
The Weather Bureau sid thi
snow would bi, mixed with slee
and rain along the coast during
the afternofbn and probably
would end bX, evening.
The teae at 10 a.m. wa
AM belvowte1 but It wa
expected, t4 eto 35 degree

itis Drug

. J'A.w plane front
igatealf-600 bottles wil
4ered to hospital
ut t-Republlc and thi


WWes, MMrnrwy n awoaf KODr
Alieson wrote on July 3041W
In toe document's letter of
transmittal to President Tru-
O0e prominent administratioA
official told a reporter that
many Republicans regard Ache-
son's statement and the "white
paner" as a "whitewash."
He said that the Republans
would have their Inning now
that the Democrats are out of
power In the executive branch.
"Our plan Is to publish all LW
important documents --~fl t
selected ones that t-UI
story_.of the re'atlons beten

It slated to be
this imer."
Work already.h been start-
ed by a special task force of his-
trians and researchers on ina
Sears through 1947. The project
lb scheduled to be completed in
AlMttle over two years if all goes

P0 Chest X-Rays

en Last Mo"t

Panama City

w the United States, and cmf ;, Over three thousand X-rays of
t another, official said. th chest were tOU lx-rays of
In Panama City and its environs
v JIr i A alal part of the mas X-ray cam.
Jrb y rindsm'Ilgp n being rar rHeoutby the
.Ministy of Publ-c Health in co-
ty B.e wation with the Coope tive
114 Of 'Real*Service.
u li M o 33 Xrays of the
SAa chest were taken, rch added to
as PiUmnP Man the 33,973 previously taken, gives

- ing of a gasoline station ateD- towns of the interior of the Re-
it dant. .public in order to take X-rays of
The 24-year-old ilardello ti e sidents of rural aeas. Th1s
n"umbesr-on c Unt# Isd ti* which over 17.000 rys wil
mlddlewelHt tit hel yBobo be taken. It we l start min David,
HL'W, H l" March 28. .

(UP)Olson. A Philadelphlo was convicted juryha extend to n Santiago
f ound boxer Joey Olardello i l- vlusa, Chitre. Las Tabs, oAgna-
r iot, aggravated asult and bat- dune, Penonome and La Chorre-.
tery and conspiracy. A jury oflealth illbine

seven men and fie wb n de- All the personnel ofthe.Nicolas
liberated less than five hours Solano Hospital, teachers attend.
i public in ordthe mer school at the Es-rays of

Judge Idward Litt put off cui Normal in Santsao as wel
l sentencing to g iv Pa Ie's as residents of the auburbas a-T
lawyer a chance to ppeo Theour wlleas of Panama ity were Xrayths dur,
Charges arose from an ncideAt ed during February. In addition n
last October, when Olardello and the new X-ray nit at the dispen.
Several comr anons o e up o0 ary at the' Hospital Santo Tomas
riota Phladelpggravated gasul stanon continues to lend its services to
Oiard elo was acc t sef beat alI persons coming to that Nicolasti-
Ing the attendants -ar-p .l tuelon.o

Howard Short wl a- cruitc.
Giardello .was using utchea et
the time after a knee operation.
The convict1qn sp -r- at
least, for the time ba Olair-
dello's chances for a t ht
with Olson. GIardello B chl-
lenged the chaml pn, Olhoa
manager a l g nUrty-
frowned on the m unUtl
Olardello's trial ended

Library On Subs
To Be Dedi*ed

I. as a the docu1 1* Ame-
pa2 othe Western European lans,"a said d uentil
n and Nato. Manchester an the re-
Of the maor powers only relations themselves.
France as not completed ratif- eThe left-wing Frae-Treurof
cation. The French upper house Paris said the documents "cn-
votes next week and if the ac- firm the cynigUm of the great
cords pass then Belgium, the powers and the illusions of
Netherlands and Luxembo urg Roosevelt and Churehill."
were expected to folow swiftly. Most British newspapers
Britain and Italy hive ratified took the line of th -time o
At thesame time. the Bun- were mostly published to d-
desrat (upper house) gave credit the late President
grudging thought final approval Roomevelt and through him,

tries.. Russians n any worse. light.
"What happened today means "It exposes some faults con-
the wipings luofyjtan'Chn -Mitte.d by an ailing president in
cellar Konrad Adonauek said an- an appallingly difficult situation.
ter the tcessful conclusion Most of alley who have to be
S andt har4 fight for ra- me united than ever before."
ucaton. e The conservative FIga/ of
terro ry e eN hParis said along the same Une
that the move was aimed at
Ing discrediting Roosevelt and also
t a t "Irritating the Soviets to the
"reea Bhpy rcayam point where they would refuse
GreeI ot ofY ala, M a new high-level conference
n L Shores with thea Weast
On M IA A= But the Italian Press took the

18 (UP) Bily ham arrived Western alliance by showing you
in Britain to a wild welcome from can't do business with the Cor-
sing .ng., weeping women today mul.ts -
and, itng thespot from which The proovernment. Momen-
the Mayflower ailed, declared to Sera said. "In. all probability
"I've been a little homesick for ed the risk of unfavorable re-
England ever since I left it, the percuslons. To make clear to
American evangelist said. those who still doubt the tragic
"There is something in this end in store for those who sup-
country that gets right down port the politics and friendship
dee There Is something here of the Soviet Union."
that digs a place In a man's Turin's independent Stampa-
heart." sera said. "It is believed this is a
A crowd of hundreds, mainly move to show what were the hos-
women and grls, chanted the tilitles of the Soviets against the
hymn "This Is My Story" and Germans and against France,
many wept as Graham came a- and this precisely when the par-
shore from the liner Liberte way.- laments of Europe are debating
Ing his hat from the bow of a the Western European Union and
tender and'shouting "God Bless the rearmament of West Ger-
you." manyny" It ee m
A crwd o hunreds maily| ove o shw wht wee th l~

yesterday he w 'l im i
the documents whh were
Pblic Wednesday night P7 the
Smate Departmn ".
At another point,
said, "When we receie
text the U1. p
"A documa-n
gin were first cleared wi
British," on ta
Informant StW] ...
"The Brind en uuI '
see all the d e _
sent to Londai BeeIMbegb
far as we know, thy 'S
In response to qieatlow, ofr-
cials said these proofs were
the same content as those -
lished by the State Depa
The snafu was the*
complete when CuurdeR'-
serted he could tell fbu
"extracts" that the J i
version of the Yalta edf)M--'>
contained "some series i
takes." .
Looking back, U.S. dip 14.a.i
say It probably was
that something would 0% w1
in the long and strained
Ington-Lonidon liaison .o&
Yalta papers. .
Churchuil, angered IV Go.
publication of the U.JLroose
of the secret Talta oiifi
'commented treily t
would have been 'a god.lI
if he had been eofnalited h.l
t h e t e x t o .
Churchill, last survivIng
her of the wartime Big T1
who took part in the Yata U
ference, hinted the publcfabai
the full documep a oft i
ing now might hamp.e Br R
efforts to arrange
level conference with
The Yalta report wasi
cheerlessly In most W
Itals. .a
Only the'
gieefually lis
sheds a .
Smea. between

ow* appeared (
Francs I
at Yalta were

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proper at'I
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07. H STREEf P. b. Box 13I. PANAMUt~ I OrP P
INE 'EAR. IN A'VANC.-- 18.50 24.01




Labor News



A crusadin.4 Los Angeles police
I eutenant. assigned to uttirng down
Ine racKeteerb wno muscle i un
laber. told me recently -*o an
nuiirmcr who won L taix to him
unless they're m baUung tru..s.,
viinming at a distance irom any
apot in wnich an electronic gadget

Sa could be planted.
The Mail Box is an open forum for readers of The Panama American The informer will not talk in a
Letters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential .r ur wnule walKing or even on
eanoer. r. Isolated sandy beach vnile the
It you contribute a letter don't be impatient i t it does t appear th oicer s.dressed. e former
next duy. Letters are published in the order received. knows too much about the latest
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length. asnions in wiretapping aui
Identify of letter writers is held in strictest contidence.onc recording by miniature m
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinion 'ionic recording s uenb ina uuuur-
expressed in letters trom readers holster, a jacket pocket or a
o wi ist watch. rne informer just does
RIO fATO .ot want his voice recorded 'on
8it. wire spools which can prove that
The airman who thlnK- it would bhenice to have the Air h aed the pce
Fo-oe stuck Out in Rio Hato must have oeen out there, because Since my taik witL, the police
e 4scrlbed it perfectly., llcutendnt. l've been on the prowl
ifty miles irsom here. no one but the fish and cows, tor tne use of these gaagets inside
Idetally located right In the mile of nowhere. Well, he's no ioor.1 ive niscovere inra some
Ial "Iion oilicial. nave wire wieir
Chances are that he likes a lonely and secluded p fe, but own ou.'ness Uents for sound and
tase have compassion on all the others who like to be reason- li e tappea the wires ol some 01
ablv close to these established communities I have been hearing 'leir ovn labor brethren.
.1 Is it possible to imagine living conditions for the Air Force TheMostI startingg use pof thi.
rker out in a God-forsaken place like Rio Hato for any length ele by a ric e stcCppIg is report
time, say ten or twelve yearn e by a jr eaeteceive, eiuard
How about the letter by A Student, who claims it as simple .- pindel, nvant-guarde. of thism
I that, you can't move the schools because there i4n't any place 41. ange new busi ess.aSOMe time
r sonablyv close to established commtmities. toael iee ,sabsoleader, nwhonym-
I We were well informed on how nice it would be for the iby nous, came toes tbso private ely anony-
asdents. but how about the working people What about all e union chief WantO the private buy eyequi.
personnel it will take to operate the Air Force out In Riol ment which culd be strapped so
to? What are they going to do for established communities? conspc jou.y to a man uiat his
d what about their children, where are thev going to school? clothes woul. stol fit like their
11 And where are you going to find an established community peci jacket or. the bearded gent
out In RIo Hato to put this school near. snce all schools must be ing the Schweppes ads.
zir established communities? Spindel sola tne labor executive
of I like students as well as the next, but please write about Sp equipmede soo e labor executive
nnethlng else. Bv the way. wasn't it the student's demonstra- the equipme. for some $4t00, and
tlns in Panama, that brought about the costly downfall of Rio J& business agents. These aides
11,,to? about tu De qjesltioned by a
What Is there about Rio Hato that intrigues students so Grand Jury in sime midwest city,
nch? Is It the colossal waste of money? And where does this it developed. Each of them soor.
ioney come from. the stddcnts or the working people? acquired what every well-dressed
S,* Leave It and well-tapped business agent
------ should wear. \,
wh al Tiny Minil ne recording units
The calendar says six 'more days of winter, but we have al- were placed iw shoulder holsters, ,
rihdy had a month of Spring. but not in all of the state. The Ahich just happened to be lying t
Panhandle has had'6nlv three days without frost and the around, of course. They were
Witherman says snow again tonight. Up In that part where liked to wrist-watch microphones
thb prarie dog kneels on the back of his heels and fervently by concealed wiring running up p
prayv for rain they are getting some while we get nothing but the sleeve. So now I know what b
dry wind and sunshine. they mean ony the phrase, "That '
q Mlasing my Saturday and Sunday rides a mny son-in-law is fellow's got something up his
working ten hours a day six days a week, and it-gives him little sleeve.' a
time to rest. Hope things will quiet down, but prospects don't Each business agent went into t
look good. the Grand Jury chamber .fully ,
I remember writing an artple in 1929 advising stock specu- wired tor. sound. Later the, pro- ,
lutors to get out of the market. It's almost the same now, but ceedings weie played b-ck to the
I lon't believe the crash will be so severe. m ion chief He must have been
it The building boom is still on here and they are still selling proud of what was said because t
homes as fast as they are built. Don't Itnow where the people he sent the wire recordings back
1 losing from, but they stilloame. .. to Spindel.or e-recordi s. the
SThea ountr is uranium crary, and St Mar's College last iAts of" records' cold -,e lset
Wht began a llas of Gteger tuen ller su ir 1000 to ,aund the countryside for playing
apow. The late sits on a' pool of oil rn]Xe n with enough some of his colleagues.
Mlphur and nitrates to supply the world and now that uranium. When Spindel ran off the wires
It won't help me as my little lot ten feet square will soon get i'e discovered they were Grand
e. ..Jury proceeoigs. Hd re-packed
Just got notice that my Boquete neighbor, Juan Arias, goes them instead of re-recording them
In hospital in New Orleans for the same operation I had a few and sent them back to the mid- a.
yJars back. Hope it does him as much good as it did me. west labor man. t
Sincerely, Wriht On another occasion, Spindel c
Op"Wrht -nmt mot fnr hire in Detrnit. The a

Has the Atlantic saddle club surrendered its charter to the
':, During my travels in the past two weeks I noticed much
activity around the stable and grounds. The work was being
ne by Navy employes and equipment, belonging to the fuel
They did a good job, but, who is paying for it?
Just Curious

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private detective was retained to
,heck the headquarters and home
of, a most powerful union chief.
The private eye discovered that
someone wab -preparing to plant
tt least seven microphones on this
labor leader. So Spindel removed
the telephone cables at the un-
ion's local headquarters and re-
wired the outfit's communication
There are almost 100 lines lead-
ing into thi, union. Today they

"What's Cookin'?"

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The Jelke Gents


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WASHINGTON-DesIte all .the lone of NevdaFripkir a
pabilcity over spanish bases, ac- hNas, annu Z A p a aI
tual construction of te bases has Vermont; plus tEr:ee. lMorat
een hepelees'y snarled in red tape Cnairman 1 Drry wjnad at Vraia9
for mnp than one yer. The plain Bob Kear Ml ioft, and "m
published tact is that the Navy's r'rear ot Deawae -
Bureau o Yards and D ok l' aa caused t-e i
charge o the program, hasn so retreat. .
muh as started work on a single No inai pettlement Pap ee
solitary airstrip. Ceaee, out ode conspromaS.
Many contractors have been nmit tiei reciprocal trade lI
icldling letters of intent for over a sion to une Y&ar instead of Mier
year, waiting for their final con*. vhite Uouse aides have daed
tracts. They are still Impatiently tpy mignt settiq for two.:
waiting while the Navy brass quib-
bles over how the books are to be SUBSUDIED LAW EDUCATION
kept. 1
l'he Aavy has get up a new No. doubt if you asked Interior
group of middlemen to handle the Secretary e Douga' ME.,
finances, The affect, contractors Kay Wfneth Ae=MavV a jel A
complain, wih be to pultheb book. rubsu y'fo dto e'd *
keepers in charge of construction. dcr. N o one 0 tn isenho i 'd
At the proposed Torrejon base. ninistrltione more deoi1do
the Na y is still haggling with the ,inngi reionis ibrelty for sc"
Spaash uove nment over the use things ractslbility h e r e ,
CIA gravel oi This has de- thns "back to the people."
layer the contractors, who aro. Yet, McKay is carrying on k
standing by with their equipment little federal aid-to-education pro-
and running'up expenses. End re- gram right in his interior Depart-
hult is bound to be a claim against ment. lie's doing It as a special
the taxpayers for the extra cost of favor to a couple of senators from
Waitiotl Utah. ,
Another proposed bomber base LUtah.test beneficiary of Do u's
at El Coperro, near Seville, has famed generosity is Daniel E. N e-
hbeen hId up while the authorities ton of Uintah, Utah, who appealed
debated changing its location. through senators Watkins and Ben.
They have finally decided to build nett for a government job while at
it at San Pablo, peorge Washington University Law
As for, the cross-country pipe- School here. For over a year now,
lne that is supposed to deliver oil Nelson has been drawing a hand.
to the basf, the. Navy hasn't even some government pay cheek while
lined up all the land rights. The lie's sat in Room 325 at the lter-
engineers ar also quibbli g over ior Building grinding out his law.
what size pipe to use and whether school homework. )
to contract for American or Euro- The most amazing aspect of this
pean pipe. Result is that the pipe. whole affair is that when Nelson
line contracts also haven't been kas "hired' in November, 1613,
lot % his job was law clerk, ,a respond.
Meanwhile the public is going rlbility for which he was com.
publicly instead of air bases in letely unqualified since he had
Spain. en in law school for only a
NOTE-While the Navy has month. Whed objection began rum.
been dawdling in Spain the Army bling in Interior corridors, Nelson
engineers have completed another was quickly made a clerk-typlst
U U, .u..ltlii..l-_iua rh mI al_ __ fter btiu.on IAUI- t h *th In

At the panAing of the jurors in I 01 where the party of the first part poses" category. onlhaut,French Morocco, during
New York City for the re-trial of has absorbed the guilt of her co- f am not arguing any real rights fhe same period.
'ickey Jelke on compulsory pros- conspirator. or wrongs here and in my book
itution charges.' Assistant District In the triao. several years ago of a panaerer is several cuts lower BRANNAN PLAN FOR
Attorney Anthonv J. Liebler told Nancy Choremi. I remember that than a process server. But at the Business
he panel that the names of men- she was actually convicted of "loeb sdme time there have been few *
Some pror. nent-who allegedly Lering for immoral purposes" in nmen who have not "procured," in Biggest backstage news in the
atrornized the call-girl ring .would her own apartment. his was one its true sense for their friends, senatee reciprocal trade fight is a
be brought into evident. "It is un- rf the wildes, arrivals at justice whether it wap the provision of a compromise that fould offer a sort
i.rtunate," he said, "that these -cndere I car remember, because Hind date fop an out-of-towner or o Brannan Plan to businessmen
iames will have to come to light. theyy hung an illegal wire lap on the production ot the local grass What the administration will pro.
'1 don't think it's unfortunate at Choremi's boudoir while running widow as a dinner partner ior a pse is a gimmick to keep trade
all. It has been customary to pro- 'owrc a dope tip Having heard business acquaintance. barrierss low and make up the dif-
ect the man and crucify the worn- Illegally, an Interesting conversa- In any case wnether it is wrong erence to hardship industries in
n in these cases since the rpofes- tion, the cops then proceeded to or right, if it is bad for.the girls Ahe form of government subsidies.
ion started, and the professionp1 make a pinch on a prostutition it is just as bad for the boys who In other words, tariffs will be
Emsiderably -older titan television. charge. The analogy then was as if pay the girls, and it is about time kept reasonable and imported
The "fallen woman" always 'took the cops had illegally broken and that the names of the gentlemen gods will be alowedon the mar.
he rap and the gentlemen .who entered home, found interesting involved are prod ced to match et at prices that compete with
Bought her wares sneaked quletly evidence, then retired to get a le- the names of the ladies who are domestic goods. Then the differ-
cpt the back floor. id on the gal. search warrant, returned je- aC. .n, l., |.l|
ticket. taly sad. made tisp tatrrest-2
It is high Oe "some eghe equal Much of this, owrrent call-i n must be causing consd ic rducrs will be made up b
guilt in prostfution was shared by business is.based ta the old "1.if a unrest ni the consciences of Unce Sam. Thiis xactl h
he buyer, since prostitution cannot ?ring in own apartment" gimmick,, hteous. At this writing I Secretary o4 Aficu ChXrley
be comminit unless there is a And a point of human freedom to w still bet that a way will be Brannan proposed during Trd i
market. and it takes two to build caspose of personal bodies is again fd to keep some of the more im- man's day and which was branded
a bargain into a crime. There' iS -.volved. There .are some women D t gentlemen's coattails free 'socialistic" by General Ike during
ro instance of practice of prostitu- Who marry for money ,people they of mirch. ihe 1952 campaign.
ion without masculine help to loathe. There are other young lad- whatever, if the profes- The proposal won't be worded so
compound the felony. In robberies, es, who will dispense their favors idb of commercial sex is as wick. bluntly as the Brannan tPlan of
Receiver of stolen goods is judged after a courtship based on candy, pd',as they say, this hollering cop- course. It will be dressed up n a
as guilty as the seller. In murder, flowers, dinners and dancing. Tech- per. on the buyers is one way to carefully wrapped package la-
re" accessory is guilty. Prostitu- nically, they can all be included reduce the prevalence of the sell- beled "necessary for national de-
tion is about the only crime I know in the loiteringg for immoral pur- es fease." It will call -for nresiden-d

Europe's Defense Effort

ByP enter Edson
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z Iie ueinmto one sealed, almost tam-
,d lr-proof. cabinet. It is locked. WASHINGTON (NEA)- An Southwestern Bell, St. Louis, went er French Premier Plerrk M t-.
the key is carried personally, by American plan for greater defense instead. He was accompanied by des-France.
the labor 'eaaer-who can listen mobilization effort in Western Eu- Thomas P. Pike, assistant secure. It would also supplement the
in on his business agents' tele- rope is now being urged on the tory of Defense for Supply and arms control agency plan provided
amI hones from a special device in North Atlantic Treaty Organiza- Logistics. Chairman of the meet- in the Paris agreements of last
is office. tion countries. ing was Lowell P. Weickler, ex- October for the resumption of
Other union officials have de- While this idea has not been pre- president of Squibb, who has been aims. production in Germany, ita
eloped police contacts and are sented to the Europeans in spe- assistant secretary general of the rearmament and its admission t
tipped off ant time one of their cific preparation for the tlay when international staff at NATO for NATO. *
ades comes through on wires of I S. military aid in NATO will be the past two years. Just how such progress has
suspected racketeers whom the further cut down, the net effect is Cool e y, reporting on the Par- teen made in uropean defensua
police constantly tap. the same. is defense mobilization me eo- plal aing is revealed for the first
R ome time ago, the police of It has been 'pointed out to the inb, emphasizes that the NATO time in Lord Ismay's new report
a big city -were recording the con- NATO countries that if a new Eu- countries have already done con- on "NATO-The First Five Years
Tersations of a man they believe ropean war should break ,ut, At- siderable basic work. NATO plan. -l94-'54." Copies of this docu.-
io. be a big time operator in the lantic shippmin would be m u c h groups have been building up bient, large written by Lord6 Is.
transportation field. aore hazardous than it was m Lu)ropean supplies of petroleum, msay im self. have just been re-
f World War I!. coal, steel, food arAnd a dozen princi- ceived in Wasnington.
f Suddenly the gendarmerie heard It would therefore be extremely pal raw materials. This work was Armed forces of the 14 NATO
the voice of an official of a risky for the European defense begun after Lord Ismay of t4hp countries. have ri fro four to
union which never had been sus- tirces to depend on that United Urnted Kingdom was made NATO seven million XD. Military bud-
tile peeled of being in the rackets. States for supplies of new mili-I stretary-general three years ago.. get figures nave risen frqm $18
(Fr.) The union official kept telephoning tary equipment, spare parts for Most of the planning has been million ha $63 bllon a year. Fprty
the suspected big-timer. The pQlice repairs and ammunition to the ex- o.,ne for the needs of the 14 in- Iet cent. of this last amoInt, or
'et the union know. The union fi- tent they have been relying on dividual countries, however, and 5 blion,.now goes to defense
ndlly eased out the official. IAmerica in the past. r.ot for the coordinated require- productlea.
Another urion ofifeial who hadi n ants of Eiupean defense in case U.S. military aid to NATO
nis office checked and those of his This action was taxenat a meet o war has been over sp bglin the
0 business agents tapped was the ing of NATO's "High National Pro- Cpoley and Pike, presenting re 've years. Of th $15 bid has
late Tommy Lewis, who felt some- duction Autnoritles" arIf Paris at sports on the American defense mo. been for military eand Items. It l-.
one was about to kill him. Lewis the end of January. bilization program, stressed the eludes $2 billion v a of a f-shboe
wanted to know who was plotting It received no rotice at the time .rIportauce ,f stockpiling, indtw- procurement ordered ft for
against him. But he was too late. because the closed meeting came trial dispersi,'n, duplication of pro. y the U.S. but m and de-
he died from bulle' poisoning be- hist when news from Formosa and auction facilities for critical items ivered abroad Six billion dollar|
fore he found out. the China coast woa at peak In- and civil defense planning. more of their "08P" is on order.
despite the ushhush nature terest. \ I'teps be taKen in case American Individual defense budgets for
Despite the nush-hush nature of Originally, Dr. Arthur 8. Flem- sources of supply shoLId be cut ofI S tet made
tins businesss there now is no Ming, director of the U.8.Office of were also emphasized, UX. "
doubtt that the abor movement, too Dfns Mobilization and sponsor NATO production authorities are n Can
i being tapped and is wiring toi g, Defense Mobizfatioe andspo NATO production' authorities are Ior' ouus-m" _an,
is being tappdl and is wiring itself f th new NATO defense mobili- now understood to be consulting es .
ifo sound-n hundreds of scores ton an, was to attend the Par-I v.ith their gr.-,ernments on furthelt
across the lAnd. pi meeting. Because he is alse a American proposals. $20
-member of the U.S. B SO- If this plan for a new co- Denal at
ke M mi i purity m l be eCOW M leave brdinated defense mobiization ialW, aI=
1 V WashiBnton during tSe rOrmqsa ian in Europe should be adopted em .
T C N crisis. v NATO. it would, in part. take
To Spend Niqht ODM's Deputy Director Victor tUe place of the aims pool pro- c t
SE. Cooley, board chairman of ductlon -. lan Fuggestet by the for-A tiu i'
In New Farmhouse. .

- Resident and Mrs. Esen-
hower will make their ftint o"er-
night stay In their new Gettys-
burg, Pa., arihoes tonight.
Mrs. laenhower left 'fr the
firm this afternoon with her
mother, Mrs. XUlv Dood of
Dvern The Prwident wl JJoin
them tomorrow sfterbeon.
The Chief h spent


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tia authority to 'splbidlie strug-
gling industries necessary to the
economy,in case of war. The subl
tidies won't necessarily be outright
handout. They may be in the form
of government loans, stockpile
purchases, and the like. -
What t all ad4s u t;, however,
is a means of sati ng the inter-
nationalists with the, Reciprocal
e .Progiam and appeasing the
"bMilitts with government aid
hardship industries. -
The idea has been pushed behind
the scenery by Secretary of Coin.
merce Weeks, who has been try-
ing to carry water on both should.
drs-namely, to 'play along with
otthe e protectionists and t h-
White House at the same.time.
Otherwise he .proectionlsts bloc
i the Seate will force President
iianhwwer to back down on his
t ad program despite 4he victory
banded him by Speaker Sam Ray-
burn. As it now stands, the ma-
jority on the Senate Finance Com-
mittee is lined up against the
President's program. Senator Mil.
likin of Colorado, Republican is
the ringleader, but has four other
Republicans with him-Ed Mar-
tin, of Pennsylvania, George Ma-



t ..alecf ouanaua up tu o upa s s Te typ
test) at a salary of $3,500 an
.rually. a

When not busy with his studies,
Nelson dreams up designs for nu-
clear reactors whicdr he pushes on
the Atomic Energy Commission.
After the AEC ignored him, Nelson
got someone in Senator Watkins'
cifice to try to perk up the com-
mission's interest. When a repre-
'entative of this column strolled in
to room 6325 the other day, Nelson
was convinced the AEC finally had
come to its senses and was sending -
a scientist to see him.
The man who saw to it that Nel-
son got a desk and pay check at -
Interior is Elmer Bennett, former-
assistant to Senator Millikin of
'ol rado and Doug MeKay'eschief
tadt with -Cdngress.- ...,,;i -
Nelson would be delihtbd, td"'
k if. asked ; but, sine a special
b was created for -him, he has t
virtually nothing to do. -Occasion- ,
ally, he gets some typing or copy.
ing assignments but otherwise he's
left alone.
A 1952 delegate from Salt Lake
City to the Utah GOP convention,
Nelson confides that he gives in-
valuable advice on matters relat-
ing to the Southwest. Asked wheth-
cr his advice is on party polities,
the 29 yeai old Nelson merely
smiles and answers: "That I
wouldn't want to say."
The FBI has tightened security
inside its fingerprint section. This
was ordered after an undercover
G.mQ n carrying phony identifica-
tion, slipped past security guards.
He was helping himself to secret
FBI records before finally chal-
lenged on the sixth floor. As a. e-*
suit, all packages going in ard out
of the FBI are now inspected -.
When two Oklahoma boys, Jess
Larson and Peyton Ford. formed a
Washington law firm, they got a.-
special letter from Harry Truman.
Both used to work for him...
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* EFrOf .Coih Start4d Rosemary On Career;

To rewer, F i dg
tdogh" with pabi a, y- ,t b
ties she was five, e hWasr
ri ulr ppith ide of the iw
ywes amateur urita. She's beo
stging professionally ever sine
ARo semrl Clooney, on te
other thoat, more or less stni
bled into he, career. Wh e n at
1si IT, and her younger si
woatt was., 4 the d started a
the day fr eo m eari home
1ayslle Ky. to go swimmia
O th e way Betty mention
sIt- she'd rpad that the big Cl
cinnati radio station, WLW w a
holding auditonj.
The sisters had u g arou
ome, an. they'd talked som
bout doing it for money. But
was a hot day, and Rosema
wanted to go swimming. Bet
said they night as well et
audition. Rosemary held 6ut
the' swim. So they tossed a coa
And it caine up a star.
The audition got theur a sho
..n the radio station right awa
And before long T o n y Pastor
band came to t o w n, needing
girl vocalist. Toney's manag
OSI MIAR'Y CI)ONY: Holly-. ked an old time dance ba
Sweed gowns ~t"r ambition., leader turned booking agent, Ba
noy Rapo, if there were anyR f
By D.CIKLMNR suggested the two kids on" WL
And so the Clooney sister
NEW YORK (NEA)' -Whefn ca e to Rapp's office and saa
Teresa Brewer was two, she was for Pastor. There was no pia
vell afarted on the carper that In the office. It didn't matter.
made her one of the leading g1took the two kids along and
thrushes &f (he day. When -Rose-. few days later wearing the hom
mary .Cloonev was two, she was dresses their grandmother h a
Just another kid. stitched up they were singing
Tbit's how thrushes are creat- the Steel Pier in Atlantic Cit
ed-ifth m11. ways.. Their Uncle George went aio
Teresa fewer's career r W as as a guardian.
sWarted for her by her parents. Rosemary ...ooney sang wi
She sang in her home town of
Toledo, 0., when she was barely
S 7SrvIces Listed

Scout News


Troop 3 IChaneas Leadership
Money night the leadership
of Trop 3 was turned over by
John r. Terry, acting on behalf
of the toop committee, to John
M. Hanson, of Balboa.I
Sam Roe, the retiring scout-
master. who has ably served
Troop b for the past year, ie-
grats leaving the troop but his
work Is taking him to the States
for 5 months.
Hanson eagerly accepted the
leadership of the zroop, repre-
sented that night by 23 youths,
since he himself had come up
through the ranks of Troop 3
and ha, held every office from
assistant patrol leader to assl.-
tant scoutmaster. College then
took him away from scouting, as
he majored in administrative
engineering at Syracuse Univer-
Sasirty aid .then as a Navy offi-
cer to manufacture torpedoes at
a Naval factory. near Chicago.,
While there, he became scout-
master.of-Troop 105 in Rvierside,
a nearby suburb.
Shortly after taking over the
troop, Hanson gave the boys &
talk on the future plans for the
troop. Hie went on to explain that
one of'the things that made
Troop 3, under H. J. Chase, the
largest and most powerful troop
on the Isthmus, about 1943. was
Its jungle patrol. The idea ger-
minated In t-atrol leaders like
"Red" eNordstrum and Bob Al-
britton and was further cultivat-
ed by Johnny Hanson.
The idea wsa that any boy, if
properly, trained, could camun
anywhere in the jungle and
come out safe. This wvs clearly
provenby the jungle patrol's cli-
max, a 7-day one way hike from
the Blue Mountains near Gcofy
Lake to am Lara airfield near
Maddet Dam. This jungle was
totally unexplored, very rough
and the trip was an outstanding
accomplishment for such young
The four boys were Billy Howe.
14: Jimmy Thompson, 15; Don.
aid Wills, 15 and Johnny Han-
son. 17.
Hanson explained that if the
boys in the Troop were interest-
ed he would help them build the
Troop unto Its former positto;'
and organize a new Jungle pa-
The boys then played a few
new games and the meeting wasi

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For St. Mary's
Mission Churches
A schedule of services to
held tomorrow in observance
the feast of St. Joseph
churches attached to St. Mar'
Mission, Balboa, was released 1
day by Father John A. Doyle.
Father Doyle pointed out th
tomorrow is a holy day of ob
The schedule is as follows:
St. Mary's Balboa: 5:55, 8:A
11:55 a.m.. 5 p.m.
Sacred Heart Chapel, Anco
5:55, 7:30, 9:30 a.m.
Saint Vincent's Panama Cit
8:30 a.m., 6 p.m.
Saint Therese's La Boca, 7 a.:
Fatima Chapel, Curundu,
p.m. ,
St. Teresa's Cocoll, 8:30 a.m.
St. Joseph's Paraiso: 7 a.m.,





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when she was barely through pablum, but she prefers the nest.

a Pastor's band for almost three Sorry I Didn't Say I'm Sorry
Ie- years. Betty quit after a while to When I Kissed You Last Night."
d go back to school. Jbe Shribman, Tony's manager
at Rosemary was only 18 when and now 1Rosemary's, remembers
ty* she started with Pastor. She had clearly.
'g no great ambition even then. The "I was in t0e control booth,"
musicians remember her mostly be says. "I heard her s ing and
h fkr her good spirits. I lit up. So did everybody. F or
Then the y played Hollywood. the first time, I guess, we were
The stars came to dance. Rose- really listening to her voice. On
mary, saw Ava Gardner and the the bandstand, all we cared about
others, looking beautiful in their pas that she was in tune. But 1
expensive dresses. Right away, knew the minute I heard her she
an ambition was born. And it's bad a big potential for records."
an ambition that's been realiezd. There were a f e w more duets
Pastor's band m a d e records with Pastor, then under Shrib-
be spasmodically. On one sea s sio n, moan's guidance she left the band
of Tony and Rosemary did a duet on and Columbia signed her to a
In a now-forgotten song called "I'm record contract The first record
pin went nowhere. Then she made a
V's thing called "Me and My Teddy-
0- DBear," as both a pop record and
S1a kiddy record, that is still a kid-
iat dy best-seller. Aster that c ame e
11- Beautiful Brown Eyes," which
was doing reasonably well until.
0, FineFurniture it was overtaken by her n e x t
00, Fine mFu nture an Otecord, '-Come On-a My House,"
Daridn Mahogany, NW It made her a star.
: amazing low prices. Then canle a procession of hit
Bedroom, Dining Room and records, capped by the phenome-
;y: Living Room Sets. nal two-sided hit, "Hey, Therei'1
and "This Ole House" which sold
m. Products de Madera, S. A. More than 2,000,000 copies. Holly-
8 sanated by Roberto Cowes wdod called her and she married
8g central Avenue Jose Ferrer -and a flip of the
Between Kodak dg. and coin on the way to the swimming'
.8 Phone 3o hole sure changed a gal's life.
b Like Rosemary's "Come On-a
My House," Teresa Brewer trac-
es her stardom to one record too.
it was the bouncy little novqlty
iq p MuMitai, Music, Music, ?
Between her Major Bowes days
and "Music, "Music, Music," life
wasn't too easy. She'd come to
New York, and was singing in a
F l 44th Street cafe, but she was dis-
SF L courage an was just about to
go back to Toledo. Then a man-
Sager named Rochard Lasel la
r H E A R E 'walked past the cafe while she
was singing and-
"And I heard this odd sound,"
Y IN asella says. "I went in a n d it
Y M OU N I N was her singing. I signed her up.
The big record companies turned
her down, but (I got her on this
other label. Her fourth record
SH 19 5 9/ was 'Music.' and she's been roll-
ing since."
That odd sound is Teres 's
;| Train At aloa trademark. It's best described
SA as what a kitten would sound like
J. a kitten could sing. Wit h it,
^ i Teresa can rip into any 'kind of
song-from a plaintive b a 11a d
like Til I Waltz Again With
SYou" to the brassy "Jilted."'
YHer kittenish voice and her
kittenish looks-she's -a cuddly
Si5-pounder-have led her to pop-
A0 *uiarity in night clubs, TV a n d
Hollywood. The only limit to
her activities is her preference
for home life.
R\l l1 / She's married to a construction
-ccmpany executive, Bill Mona-
San, and the Monahans have three
daughers-Kthleen 4W, Susan,
3. and Megan, 1. (The older two
sing just like Mommy, and de-
light in imitating her.) They live
h* New Rochelle, and Teresa
W trns down many lucrative offers
in order to stay home.
This ia one thrush who prefers
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iihe ace He led the queer, of hearts I
fhi a finesse, not seriously expect
ing it to win but feeling that he
couldn't lose anything by trying.
West won with the king of hearts
-nd led the lick of spades, forcr.ig
declarer to ruff.
If it adn'i been for the double
outh would have led the ace of
hearts at thiF point in the hope
of getting a reasonable trump'
Lreak. In view of the double, how-1
ever. F4lett allowed for the bad

oLaat B" "V Declarer 'ed a diamond to the
north Eiast south Wst ace, ruffed another spade, led a
I Pass P 4 Double diamond to the king, ar.d ruffed
: Pa Pass Pas J a third round of diamonds. This
Opening lead-6 lQ left declared with only thee
trumps, the m'ine number that
S. \dest held. Ellett then led the Jack
Vter toidi s hand had been Ail clubs tuw.ids the dummy.
i fa. ed c lPhre os,, I. n i, and ivratel'
discussionn of the bidding., but there West went up with the ace bi
aj .as no argirnmert nljr.ut the %ay niubs and returned his low club,
it, had been played by Prestorn hoping that South would misjudge;
EL, ell known New" 'oik e% tie situ jion ,Hlei asair. hu ever.,
'rrt 'lie double guided declarer. He
S t-. orl dunimy's ten of clubs.I
N\ubod. had a kind word to say laying West for practically all oflp
j l"r the jump to four heart Elen the missing strength.
Slett admitted that he didn't ad.
urire the bid but had made it he- When the ten of clubs held, the
tsc'.ie he was ar.noved about the hand w.s home South cashed the
; ririoun hiar. .r ling of club, and then played a
SThe big distus.ion .aged oeor ,lw truimo or the next lead from
S-l's Dcnlt double if four' dummy West had to overruff and
S eprts. Is it a good double, or a.% from his iack of umps
ii ets it iust warn I-eclarer to ex. Mp to S.,uth', ace-nine.

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Crawford, .adlt as. the fine workmanship of a native hammocK. Mrs. Angela MufiAo is just
joining the group in the den.
'the Emerald Isle' by McHay- to Boquete. Later Mr. and Mrs. Loris Cox, Mrs. Hilda Howland,
Wod, pues0te8d by fre q u ent de Diego will make their home in Mrs. Ann Seagraves, Mrs. Buron
shouts of tJp Go Bragh' by Mc- Washgton, D.C,, her he is Douglas, Mrs. Helen 8ehust et
Hun eutt First Secretary of' the )fanma- Mrs. Victor Young, and Mrs. Robe
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Mar" de. gie Coffee and Shower- Cocktail Party
The marrtige of Miss Josefira At Margarita At French Embassy
Gambotttr-da tr of Mr. and Mrs. 'ile Eenander of Spokane French Ambassador to Panama
Mrs.-P4ul3 A. Gtmbotti, to Mario ashington and Mrs. A. N. Par-|and Mis. Lionel Vasse were hostile
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Mario de Piego Was solemnized given by Mrs. hoger Deakins of t the Embassy Residence on La
on Wedaqsdapy morningg at Cristo Margarits at the regular meeting Cresta, honoring French go my.
Rev Church. of the Hydro Wives' Sewi rg inardaUts and ofioets, who are
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rarenta of-the-bride and bride, ed lovely handkrchiet corsages ..
groom. t) Mrs. Deskiflis and Mrs. Par- --
Mr. Mario-de D-iego Sr. is the ker,.who is leaving soon. wap the
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FOR 'SALE Household goods.
5089-A Parsons Street, Diablo
FOR SALE: 3-pc. living room
set with table $75. Albrook
5283. House 291-B.
FPR SALE:-4-burner gas stove,
excellent condition. Phone 2-
1259 office hours.
FOR SALE:-Buffet. couch frame
on rollers with pillows, electric
grinder wheel mounted on stand,
platform rocker. 'large basket for
bicvcle, G.E. record changer and
records, carpenter's workbench
and vise. miscellaneous. L. R.
Evjns. 0809 Plank Street, Bal-
FOR SALE--Bureau, chiffonier,
blender, venetian blinds. House
2264-B Las Cruces St., Balboa.
FOP SALE Westinghouse re-
ingeroacr 6-cu ft. 25-cycle, in
very good condition, new unit.
$65 Uruguov Street No. 10, up-
FOR SALE -New Frigdaire. ce- -
dar wardrobe with heaterchest
of drawers. misqellanequs furni-
ture, household orolcles. Apt 9.
ArboiBklg., Phone 939-L4 Co .
FOR SALE--Quart e r m a s t e r
couch, plows & covers $25; buf-
fet with mirror $I; gross 'rugs. 4
for $5. Other household items.
Cristobal 3-3254
FOR SALE:-9 cu ft Coolerator
refrigerator. 40 pound freezer
compartment, quiet operation,
excellent Mechanicol condition.
Call afternoons or evenings. Al-
a brook 2290.
FOR SALE!w--Five-poece mahog-
any bedroom set. Phone Balboa
2567. Reasonable.
FOR SALE -8-cu. ft. 60-cycle
"Frigidaire." excellent condition,
$95 538-B Curundu Heights,

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ing. Register now bV calling
mornings Balboa 2-4239. after 5
p.m. call El Ponamo studio- Pan,
3-'1.660-surte- In. 1 Closses.illi
start April 2nd at 9 a.m, & 110;30
60 'Bolboa V? A. .10 p &
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-FOR SALE:--'49 Olds-76 Con-
vertible, black, good condition.
Phone 82-4149 between 8;00
3 00, after 4:00 82-5262.

FOR SALE:-1950 Buick Super
Convertible with radio, excellent
condition. w/s/w tires good $800.
Can be financed. Phone 83-4242
ofter 4 p m.
FOR SALE--1953 Chevrolet 210
'4-door sedan. 2-tone green, good.
condition. Call Balboa .2-3186
after 4 p m.
FOR SALE:-1950 OldsmobiJe in
very good condition Inqui e at
"'Gorage Bella Vista." Ask for
YOR SALE: Two-door Lincolg
.Convertible in perfect condition.
Owner leaving, Only model in
Panoma. Jose ae FabreGo Avenue .
;No. 14. ".
FOR SALE:-1952 Pontiac four-.
door, radio, excellent condition.
*Phone Bealboa 1317. .
FOR SALE:-1950-B8uick COn--
-vertible, Oynaflow, radio, whiteI.
wall tires new top, excellenftcin-
dition, $1000. Phone Bolboa.
FOR SALE 1947 Stedeb ali
4-door. radio, .overdrive, good
condition. good tires, new;'e-
tery, $375, 2-3550. "
FOR SALE:-1951 Hillman, very
good condition. Estaci6n Moder-
no (next to El Baturro). Phone
3-4566 Panama.
FOR SALE:-'53. Mercury hard.
top sport coupe, rodio, heater,
nylon w/w tires, "white leather
seat covers. Lt. Kline, Phone Ft.
Oavis 87-527.

SFOR SALE:-1953 4-door Pan-
tiac Chieftain, 5 new w/w tire%,
.radio. Sgt; Zayos, Phone Ft. Do-
: vis 87-527. .

FOR SALE: --Gretest Bargain
Evirt 1955 Plymouth Belvedere
V-8 Powerflite 4-door Sedan.
Still 'under Da.ler's luarnte..
SMany a ceemorlie. Cell W. Goe-
bertul, Dutch Une, Cr ,lW.
SChevrole Convertible, Power
Glide, radio, w/s/w, etc; New car
condition. Will selr at half price.
Finance available. Phone 2-1515.
MUST SELL 1954 Plymou *
4-door sedan, excellent condi-
tion, only $1495. Can be finorlc-
Secd,. Phome,Navy 3123. Can be
, sen 2550- Cocol. ,

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ghlt More Added Bursitis Cure
S-Prenldent Elsenhower went to
To Pananal Rolls the Walter Reed Army Medical
Sa Ro Ceniter today for continued
I treatment of bursitis in his. right
0 Eight permanent mployeS shoulder.
were added to the rolls of th1 re was at the hospital for I-
Canal orgaUaon during th out 15 minutes, his fourth vislS
I first half -ofarch. according t two weeks. .
the Persondel Bureau. Of these
two were employed locally.
1 e ff the new employes are ence. applicants must s ho w
n Bureau. They are semester hours of i
4. COI. David C. Burke, of Co science or each year of0 "uca'
bw. Ohio, assistant to the tio .
nhealt director; Dr. Kenneth c, Ap catlons should be submit-
Zimmerman, Jr., Coffeyvlte, vet- the Civilian Personnel- Of'
arian; and three nurses, Ma- l|ce, USARCARIB, building 13,
B. nonzalez, of McAlester, Post Of Corozal Canal Zone.-
a., Louse L. Hanbury, Wash-
,D.C.- tn Maria M. Or
lz, rt'an a Puerto Rlcoi,&
Solo HOlip. be on duty aLA
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er tWO nurses have been- sslgne& STARTS TiOMORROW
to Oorgas.
The other three new employees
i their birthplaces and positions
are: Russell J. Hildebrand, durke
City.N.C., lock operator-wire.
man at Oatun Locks; Arthur
H]land, Kewanna. nd, ock'
guard, Pacific Locks; and Otto-
i ?. Olson, lock guard, Atiantl
Locks. Both lock guards wer4
employed locally.
lOf the new empl0yea, fo
havE been previously employ
the Canal. They are Hilde.
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a lowest prices. "Muebleria Eu-
r6pea," # 21-02 Ave. w7. Cen.
Dr. WENDEHAKE Medical Cllnic,
209 Central Avennue, beside
Capitol Theatre. Phone 2,3479,

FOR SALE: 10 'good soddle'.
horses. Can 'be seen at Panama
Riding School. Phone 3-0279 be-
tween 3 and 5 p.m.
JOIN THE TREND towards mod-
ern window covering, using match.
stick bamboo draperies and cur-
Stoins. Custom-made in all sizes
and any color fdr immediate de.
livery. Venetian 'blinds, recondi-"
tioting services. Free estimate.
Coall 2-3063 or 3-4904. Distri-
buted by Productos de Madero,
* S.A., 98 Central Ave, between
Kodak Building and Fifth Ave-
nue StOre.
FOR SALE:-'51 Olds-88, baby
bed, high chair. 213-C Pedro
Miguel, ofter 6 p.m.

FOR SALE: Eastman Kodak
SVigilant, carrying case. filtet,
'Cost $75. Will sacrifice. House
1532-B Gavilan. Phone 2-1!669.

-FOR SALE:-4 Electric Mules
(Yale) with station for charging
, batteries. Bargain price. SeA at
Muelle Ingl6s. Phones 2-0550,

FOR SALE- Mahogany dining
room set: Westinghouse refriger-
ator, 3 years guarantee; 3 green
and 2 blue 5-ft. by 6-ft. alum-
inum venetlaopblinds; 1949 four-
door ChevrOlet, good condition..
:,CollBalboa 2-3:155: .
FOR SALE-: Radio transmitter
Art. 13, 200 wafts with 25 and
60-cycle; power supply, $150.
Cristobal 3126.
FOR SALE:-- Remington Mod-
el 17 standasd typewriter with
Elite type and 14-inch carriage.
SRecently reconditioned. Cqll 2-
., 887 ift4:30. "d *

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ground for your picnics. 4 miles
beyond Arrailan.

SPilli. Oceanside cottages,..
Snt Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877, Cristo-
hal 3-1673.
Gromlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottage. Modern conveniences,,
operate rates. Phone Gamboo
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at Santo Clara. Low rates.-.
hbn alboa 1866.

WILLIAMS' santa Clara Beach
Aottages---ockgas, refrigeration,
2-bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050.

FOR RENT:-Small chalet, one
bedroom, living dinng r oom,
'kitchen. Moderate rent. General
Jos6 de San Martin Ave, No. 6,
/6ORRENT: Chalet: Two bed-
rboms, maid's room, living room,
dining room, 2 porches, kitchen,
bathroom, large yard. Furnished
or. u nfurnished. Jose de Fobregba
Avenue No. 14.

FOR RENT:-Modern house' with
' spacious grounds in Las Cumbres
for Sl00. 6-105 Gamboa.

F6R RENT: Completely fur-'
rnished chalet, 3 bedrooms, 2
Sbathroms, maid's room with
Sbath. laundry area. Centrally co-
.coted in Bella Vista, for six to
eight months. Good for two cou-
'.pies or bachelors. Call 3-0972.

Boats & Motors-.
FOR SALE : --18 -ft. outboard ca-
bin cruiser, fully equipped $275.
Amodor 82-5247.
FOR SALE .-New 15-ft. pll od
boat, 1954 Model 15-hp. Evin-
'rude outboard motor and trailer.
All in excellent condition. Can be
seen at 5341-D Davis Street,- i'
ablo, C.Z.

Major Gen. Lionel C McGarr,
commanding general, U. S. Army
Caribbean,; Canal Zone Gov. John
S. Se)bold; Brig. Gen., W. E, Laid-
iaw, Chief of Staff, USARCAR1B;
and Brig.! Gen. NormandovA, Cos-
tOlo, chief of staff, of the .Carib-

Apartm .

ATTENTION G.I.I ust bu it
modern furnished pportments, 1,
2 bedroom, hot, cold water; Tel.
Panama 3-4941.
. FOR RENT.-Fumrnished an un-.
furnshed 2 and 4-room.. mdem
apartment.. Contact Alhambroa .
Apartment's, I0th Strret, Phone
1386K Co n.
FOR RENT:-Apartment- giving .
room di nin g room, bedroom,
bathroom, kitchen and yord $50.
Jose de Fabrego Avenue No. 14.

FOR RENT:.- Furnished apart-
mFnt. one bedroom, dining room,
screened, hot water, garage. Tel.
phones 3-4328 3-4845.

FOR RENT: -7 Cozy apartment.'
Two large rooms, side-porch, all
screened. Respectable locality.
Americans preferred. Phone 384.
apply, 8056-Bock, 8th Ct., Co- ',.
Ion. *
SFOR RENT: Furnished apart-'
ment, moderate rent, North A-
merican neighbors, market thea-
ter, near. Phone 3-0471.
FOR'RENT: 2-bedroom aoprt-
ment all furnished. Call 3-2737,
SFcing Rock Quarry. Carrasquilla
No. (37. .

POR RENT:-Congreje: Modern,
screened apartment 2 bedrooms,
maid's room, three baths, hot
water, balcony, garage. Call 2-
3486. or 2-348. .

or anyone knowing her address, "
telephone Ponamo 3-0771.

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WANTED:. Sales agents'for
club. Good opportunity for inter- -
earted persons. Parisian Fqrniture
Store. No. 27-10 Central Ave.
WANTED;-Two barbers. Con- -
tact M. Japport, Barber's conces- FM REt
sionoire, Fort Gulick. roa. C

Real Estate
'FR SALE: --Owner leaving
country,, will sacrifice lot, 1000
.square meters, Pueblo Nuey'o
street light. water facilities. Call
at Ancpn Avenue No. .1-1-14T,
room 42, :after 4 p.m.

FOR SALE 3-bedroom~ house.
Lps Cumbres. Phone Balboa 1524
'W Las Cumbres 2022.

FOR RENT:---G.I. inspected f
,nilshed I -room apartment, k'
en. utilities. Aci~es from
busstop, 17-18 Fourth 'o .
Ave. Phone 2 33. '


WANTED:--Codlc'& Haeumt
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A new course in Tropical Cooking uqder.lf4e
direction of Mrs. Mercedes Alegre Smith is
to be started at

Calle Jer6himo de la
(El Rancho St
on Tuesday 22, 1955 fro

Elects Officers
MeIntye Chapter, ROA. ..,, Greatest used
ThOe Captain Leo A, Meetgwi W' "-^1' u
Chapter of the Reserve Of.ceI .
Assftiatl4 .'held a meetig.,,, B" '
lJarxb 1j.'l55 mat .e- Army-Navy I
CIub. frt Am'dor, Canal .one ,- I f
fKr the purpose of electing new55
officers, -
The newly, elected of fic-er SMOOT P
Were: Major Maurice M. Morton,
President; Lt. Col. Mel vn EU, -
d)eerwester, vice president; Capt BU I K-
Edward J. Kirkus second vice K BV I L-0
president; Major James J. Two- I I
mey treasurer apd Lt. Col Nor- r r
suda M. Newport, judge advocate.-

nMl Zone ilepnuhli *oi Panama, bean CoMmand. I
Ecuadorn Perpubnd Nicaa eaua The possibility for the construe.
gathered to celebrate -the Sr Thre citizens of Panam g ad- tion of an armory, on the Canal
nversary of the United States uates bf West Point, -attended te one for exclusive use by reserv-.
Military Academy's founding at a inner, Jaime E. Alfaro .nd his lists was discussed at some length
West Point Founder's Day Din l-bother Olmedo and Ma rio Aro. by the member of the chapter.
ner, Wednesday night at the Quar- sena. Peruvian Lt. Gonzalo, M. Delegates to the department coa.
ry Heights Officers' Club. Casas, a West -Point' graduate venion, which As to be held on A-
rresently attending the USARCA- Trif 16, were also appointed.
Speakers for. the dIner were IB School of Ft. Gulick, was al,
It. Gen William K. Haririson, Jr., b present. a i ^ r r m -
commander In chief,_,Caribbean'cogrtulto
commn ran 1 t Douglas Fifty congratulatory messagesN T R
SKimball, 23rd nft Regi- fiom all over the wo d were Ie
ment, youngest s plisent. during the occasioip. T1% oel r
broup here sent out similar me ,- TO
&mong the dilUngO ed-alum- agesuto d 5 ,est Point da T O D-A Y --
ni present were n GN, arrison Day dinners throughout the world.

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MG ROADSTER. If you need an extra
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new tires and In perfect mechanical
condltlon.4ull price $895.

190 excellent low priced economical family
car. Full price $675.

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Social and J 1 rw Lift Up Mother Gives iWh

-Coeis. e.. Your Hearts To Second Chid
-- -- a nd B scAntsWithn 48 Days

e A IRote.a; ita her nd e (A Lentern feature of the Wi March 18
.e Mr.O dt atthiPanama-Amrlen, prepared DELAWARE, Ohio, March 18
M i = rv al t- tsoH h ome, Q Rincon Grande. by the. R L. A. Cookon, (UP) Mrs. Bernard Bohnhel,
Panamont quete include: Our a 34, yesterday gave birth to her
of Panama; Mrs. and Mrs. I Doctors said the chances of a
a ofavid: Mr and Mr A CONFIDNT FAITH n delay between the birth
I. SM darcia. of Panama; Mis so wI Wns was aboun t a one in
Lno o L Sauers. of Panama; Read t. John 6:5-15. "And Je- -on.
Mr. Humberto Fasan;. of PMana- gs 't 'x t "es I It was believed the 48-day I-
na; Mr. Vicente Pascual of 9sa Now there was mueh sis t erval between t he t he b ot a boy
nama; Mr. Rodolfo n oara. el the place. Be the men mat down, on Jan. 28, and the girl, was the
P ama: Mr L. F. Baciller of n number about live thousand., second longest in history. The
Bboa, Cr. : Mr. R. J. Linda, of Imas o iutsh" a ongest interval between births
Panama Mi. of Pand Mr s Gilbert A t ycu .te e A b e- t se h uman vqie e n of twins e s 50 day..her
asaunier an their d Paube h executive .. erplexity, of mona m ed hope an d r Jam nes0.Parker who de

lamaLeo Mers. of tanarSan Mr. of ad0erIO wl tye: pfmone tof t rhe m ard bef o pe. a dl D ------------
Diefenbac and BalboMrs. C; Mt. d_ e.a mee ag- hbhw ids.Ing ith eirowa' rh nd bith was even m ort unu.
Boyd. a t l ana ma; i. D.& Agul: I~sp _e.all m ..eo a w--.- in -sua ,ih .br, quiet, assured -ua because It was an abdomi-
.. ..o.. ofanams;if.aD .r. hIld da 10 mconfidtence,h Make the mens tatpegnncesi tenaltc.
io EBoy,. of Panama, Mr. adqer- e down." He 4ems to say, get all'y o af el e ct H di --the r'sil
to anala, Jl.. of Panama; Mrs. Local W executive Bord -these human beings quiet enough y stated in her mother'
Lastenia Boyd and her son of Pa-o The executive board of Local to hear something hey have tes nes.
naa; Mrs. Juaia ahez, of900, CIO has been summoned toeverhearbef Makehe' Doctors said there were less

ano their family of Panama; Mr. Among the m matters to be dis- kind. What would be resumptu- because he said there was no
Joan H. Earman, of r a.R ma, cussed by the e2-man executive ousness in an man, only im- penng for a normal birth.
r,. Leo Me aer of panama; Mr. board will be: provisons of the le fact ien fi. And it all goes
'dmundo Kandleer of Boas dae' new Panama-United States trea- ack to His confidence in od.
lTon; Mr. and Mrat.Edardo E.d i; the merir ag niet -e The" o l it heie fa n arith ofo- *J e ha huiahi a ti
Tcal.ona of tPan ama ; Mr. Ant ng the i Americn Fdratiso dk isd thatwo itdis remotvedf om wan
Mrs. Fernando Dias Q. of Pane- of Labor sdd the Congress, of faith in ^od. it I faith in law s. M
r. ^ IItIndustrial OrgaAzations; the and moral principles and w -ays r t u r der Pl ay
I ecent wage conference with the of life: but it Is not faith in God P.y.
C ford Maduros Canal administration: local rate Himself. The date set by the Canal Zone
Celebrate Anniversary l housing, and the recent visit to lJunior Colle e for the one per-.
Last evening Mr and Mrs. the Isthmus of U.S. Vice-Preal- Remember these five thousand formance of "A Murder Has Been
Clifford Mauro celebrated their dent Richard Nxon people sitting quietlypon a hill- range a. the Diablo Hights
A large group of their family made at the various stewards' be sat down. From the A little n Jamaicanwoman
joined with them V, mark the oc- councils and chapter meetings there was nothinif for them to do found wandering alongside t h e
casion, n fact so many that they on both sides of the IAthmus.,but to look toward Him in the Canal figures greatly in the Plot
road Scootr te an a ol Boca Civic Council faith that He Who so confident- of the 'ghos' story in three acts."
transportation. The family r he La Boca Civic council will promised mu survey perform and local seeces appenings. and
a e tat fid rtan eetin oth spread through the wpsonages clay an import an
Pnama j ustcfioteadhe ae o msetheludan Imtl rtant a B eetc ionrowd like a beneficent erle,r- pirt in the coliege murder play
c me Scooter e loas o orth l-e uaay halte La Boca Htgm c.n till they arll felt it. Jt partook Though a dead bod is actually
group according to F. W. de business meti and tea 7:30of the nature of rougher and discovered on the empty stage
Noe a hheouiq,.thn a Matt r spertaining to the pro-1iheltped Jesus in His miracle, as/the empty Dipblo Theater, it is,
Vore, barvpartposed closing of the hoe section prayerhel odeletbrda, March 1ed that the atall
onaf the commissary, toilet facill hp oe tooblI nM thatih t,
Kobbe Reves Old West" tes fr movie patrons a. will be held ro many said t em

During the evening the Sta and i the Drftwod Loungen of the Al- ...
S A the n test hdevelopments onClub, to be foow- selve "H r never anm body was drit ignto the empty
club preside will pt here will ng situation will te iloattend
rare dance exhibition. thin ofthathave been re theater during te rightMrs.
oplcers' Wives "caShiders" chill per du ens Nil t Vice led are ured to atte wills were ket Tkets ar no s
for Saturdaym. March 19. phone a Ii faith. wherever their emotions lee student, for the March 24'
iThe i l d t K chose to wander. performance The production is

promised Mna s L. E. Ledl begin Reve Mr m i e held oaluton rkIt

who hasu hf'ped with the enter- haturday-the 19th at 6 p.m. ("ar-oI fMUfi ft AKc UEj
Thie eenin g will feature b o t h supphter will bthe Amerived) at R. looking at us hrist i ern llee plays present
rel bedroom asuse by thsuare dany K. Morr i residence is larsprin our will set His way. And that ac year n the month o Mrc
rprisng, according sto rs. F. W. dthemus."essme and tea on awill be enough. n the Canal one.
Vore, president of the women's or- irday,. March 19. I _
gdnization. The ,neetina. which will begin 1 1 1 i 110
roThe nce will mptlyt e informal..m. will be heldsta
During wl be evening the aand the Driftws. James BarrLounge of the A-
L'-'cle club ir,,m Auaon, under tke Inook Office, s Club, to be follow.
club preside'. will p'Thee wpn t a All membernt of artwishing both North attend
rquare dance exhibition. FRxtean.!iave been requested to -1ll Mrs. i
people dnd twhe "callers. w per Jens Nilsen, 1st Vice Peg.nt, tole.
'The oldWestum will again" "anal one Art League
promised Mect's. L. E. Ledbetter The March meeting will be held
who haIt he, ed with the enter- haturday,.the 19th at 6 p.m. ("ar..h ,
tainmet. te attending will ,supper will be served) at R.S "O & PAR
sely be abuse by th many K. Morris' residence No. 17 ce he deal anwer o
surprises in store forthem." Jose San M'.rtin between Vene-I, BU ICK OLDS-CHEV
upd is rs, lI "What to do oe. Sunday .
The brance will be informal. A liset Vista a l epr
rrize will be awarded to the best Mrs. James Barret will giVe a M -Mie
'pair of squares"--the best cos- talk on the progress and dvel-
d coui the masium ad all bea- opment of art in both North and
vcrs for the wme. South Americn countries. a hrh a
"The g _nAsluam will take on a
'barn effect for the social event.
I dwibeae.fromkad d r B- RUNCH! the ideal answer to
%ulll with swingingg door.," "What to do on Sunday?".
perathin. ld 11t "No matter if you're
A break-prul "jail" will be set a late sleeper-
,p in the-g ymnasiumA an In- l church attender-
..frations.ofthe ,"law" nwib. aqhur06t .1r

punished by jaB i seteuc. "Noto-
rious individuals. 'wanted' by the
law are warned to keep away,'"
exclained Mrr. Ledb e t.t e r. "A
sheriff will be at tLe dance look-
iog for uettmers.' "

A picture- Pking concemon will
Ne in ODtratbqn. Humorous cud-
board Qfue' of a bow-legged
cowboy atw h ble will be and
for th* Ot frap oh.
Mmnbet o. the Hobb Officers'
club, their find ad guests, md
iOnArei diiMt- & from other
poto aw avite o Mttiad. No
dLteo i ecessary. AdmiAuoa wll
SLMe per peon.
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BRUNCH! -the happy combination
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Beginning this Sunday, from
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(Second of five articles) an open stance, well behind the
ball. Be sure left foot is firmly
By ED FURGOL planted. Keep bad down and
Written for NEA Service don't turn w o af hit-
When your ball rests in a sand hen the d is wet or hard,
trap, 'test the sand's consistency hit closer bet the -alL AItf
rby dilgging your feet in for a striking tho bU1' mBnIte cn
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Tomorrow's featured $650 one-mile gallop for /
Class "C" imported thoroughbreds at the Juan Fran- It's Not Fine Weather for Ducks
co race track shapes up on paper as a three-cornered By WARREN PAGE
battle among Lion's Claw, Postinovich and Fol. Shooting Editor /
Lion's Claw was second to Per- ried 105 last week, this time will Know that fellow who greets
alan Countess in a thriller last tote 110 pounds. you of a rainy morning with the I
Saturday. The Claw, which was The six horse field is complet- dull remark, "Flne weather for
ridden by Bias Aguirre and will ed by Begonia, Lexden and ducks, ain't it?" He's all wet. in
have the same rider In the sad- Cames allof which were badly more ways than one. Ducks don't
die, dropped the decision by only outrun by Lion's Claw and Posti- like rain any more than we do
a head. Postinovich wound up novich last week. even if their feathers do shed /I
third, one length further back water better than a slicker.
in the same race. Reinaldo Gomez will guide A good steady downpour will
Begonia under 108, Fortunato put the crimps to all sort of ani-
Postinovich gets into this Hidalgo Jr. has the leg up on rmal and bird activity, and the
race under the same 105 he Lexden with 106 and Cames c11 glands near a uck's tall / '
carried last time and will a- gets in under 105 and Jockey oon't make him an exception. A /
lain be under the guidance of Jorge Phillips. Cames' most (ock pheasant will run for miles
ustling Manuel Ycaza. Lion's recent performances Indicate lather than fly in a heavy rain.
Claw picked up five pounds for that this horse is many classes a nd water fowl feel much the
'his second place effort. above where he rightfully be- same way about it. The differ- -
longs. ence is that rain accompanied by
Fol raced to a relatively easy Ten other interesting races are wind will make ducks take to the
Victory in the lower Class "D" included on a good Saturday air to find shelter from the wind,
racked and turned the even program. Including the nightcap not from the rain. storm is often accompanied by
furlongs In 1:29 as compared to in which the steadily improving| The coastal waterfowler prays enough breeze to churn up ofa-
'Persian Countess' 1:28 4/5. Hec- Coral makes his debut against for a blustery northeaster, not shore resting grounds, or be*
tor Ruiz will replace Manuel three other Class "A" natives.,because his own drenching will cause the snowfall means to
TYcza aboard Manuel Pinchev- Don Goyo,,Portal and Black Gold make ducks or geese get up off waterfowl a threatening freeze.
sky's only successful racer in should more tha. give Coral a the bay. but because heavy winds up and time to pack up for maor
Panama to date. Fol, which car- true test of his class, break up those huge offshore southerly climes, I don't kh6w.
rafts of fowl that have been tan-
talUzin him for weeks. Then he Can't be much fun flying 50
Sets bunch after bunch of birds miles an hour through either
to look over his decoys In the those soft fat flakes or wind-
cove. and a fat bag that makes driven sleet-but if you're a real
up for the soaking. duck-hunter, somewhere In your
", Not too many' months back I memory bag is tucked that big
was shooting rice-fed mallards day when the wind blew 4d the
in the Arkansas -pin-oak coun- snow flew and the ducks splash-
try. The second morning we ed down all around. -
turned out into a steady windless
,Sev n b wirain, the kind of downpour that
'Seven bowling teams from the!has led the local service bowling dribbles right straight down the Along The Fairwys
Armed Forces on the Atlantac teams in this tournament. back of your neck In large
ide participated Wednedayiback of your neck i large
Side participated WednesdayMC- Team Scores chunks. But beinr duck-hunters, %
Nathe Armed T Servaphics BowlinYMCA-O .Co Solo Naval Station .. 2488 and slightly touched as all de- Golfing Gossip From The
Tournament held at the Ft. Gu- 2. N. A. S. Alrdales ....... 2440 voted duck hunters are, at first Amador Ladies
Tick lalenoys. 3. Ft. Gulick Reds ......... 2324 liht we waded out through the
'Coc k0lo Naval Station led 4. Fsaron 105 ............. 2173 pin oaks and started calling. There were 23 participants in
me grouplocally wlth a total 5. Ft. Oulick Blues ......... 2155 A great day for ducks? It was the "Points" Tournamint last
team pin fall of 2488 6. V.P.-45 .............. 2149 lousy, as far as the shooting was week.
High ingle game for the eve- 7. Ft. Davis............... 2109 concerned. A couple of miles
ning was role game for the eve- urcakwith from us on a reservoir, there' The winners were:
nng core of211 and hig triple ~ were eight or ten thousand First Flight: Etheh Perantie-
went to J. R. of an whith l M. ine quackers rafted 1p. And thin, 40 points; Sylva Carpenter-38
Both are members of the Coc,. stayed put. They knew they'd get points.
Solo Naval Station team. a oc ust as wet in the woods as in the
Ecoreo have been aent to New MedalistIn Clayton pond. Second Flight: Jerry Taylor-
York by telegraph and Naticnal Then around noon, what little 48 points; Frances Tworney-R
Standings will be released inap-Opey breeze there wus" besruin tn points; Maisle Graham 38
proximately three weekd ap- OpenGolfTourney switch around the northwest points.
This Is the ir I and blow harder for clearing
his the ea a The Fort Clayton Open" Golf wether. Not until then did the Irene Robinson's 28 putts won
that the, tem from .(;'o Sol__o1Tournament. sponsored and con- mallards start neeline off the the golf ball for her.
ducted by the Fort Clayton Spe- pond. first in little family bunch-
an ran T clal Services, saw. golfers tee-off es, then in clouds, to move out Most of the tournaments area
Juan Franco lips at the Clayton Golf Course. the for feeding. At 11:30 we hadplayed in twosomes or three-
8th. 10th and 11th of March. been disgusted and ducklens: by someS and the entry fee is 35
By CONRADO Medalist honors went to MR- noon we were happy with limits. cents. Come on out. and join in I
411-R. Claim ,ot O' Trouble jor D. S. Shine III, Intel!lgen,'e The wind did it. some good- fn and extr.4e E
'"-ar One Tempestad and Public Information Officer, For some mystic reason-and preens are in excellent cbIiL
3-Julle Pregonero (e) Post Headquarters, Fort Clayton, this is esoeciallv true of the wa- tilon.
4-Volador Begla r.s he carded a low total of 220 terfowl thpt u e the coastal flyv-
5--Tampol Frm Fru strokes for 54 holes. "Iwas-snnw will also stir ip the The "Riger" Tournament is
-Marl D Coronelinol Placed in the h ampionship frds and spt 'em "heelin.. yroressin very well, and will d
-Roya Devonshire C. flight, he bested his rnhner-up. whether this Is because a snow- continue until the end of April.
S--Life boat Irish Profit Pfe Calvin Riggs of 65th Anti- -
'1-" arr'roe Saiy Spruce aircraft Artillery Group. Fort .
Don Goys strokes. ,H epI YoCu PlaI.Tr t

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5th Race "E" Native 7 Fgs.PPrse: 3275,00 Pool closes: 2:25

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6th Race "B"

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A circuit clout off the bat of 6 innings. Hit by pitcher, by:
Conejo centerlielaer Jimmie Kirkland (Hele & Webb). Wild 7th Race "F"
Watson climaxed a strong Lon- pitches: Kirkland 2. Passed balls: "Sp
lejo rally in the fifth canto of Million 1; Webb 1. Winning
;heir tilt with the P u m a s. pitcher: Kirkland. Losing& pith- 1-Rose Hip
brought in the winning runs and er: Lovelady. Umpires: Di me II
tied ip first position in the O--
League. The fn score 6 to 3.. ator
Lagging einthe Pumas for U R.Ounl Ligne
-our and a half innings and with IM
two away in the bottom of the I u
fifth Frangioni and Rytr both ff o rCU 0
drew walks from twirler Lovela- 8th ace Im
ly. Kirkland singled to load the |wsp
bases and Chase doubled to tieTourney Nexl Week "
he score. Watson's homer I-After Me
clinched matters and cleared the All the top name in Isthmnian 2-Majestic
Today's hostilities will find the for the Summit Golt and Coun- 4-Irish Profit
)celots trying for a win over the try Club this coming week to 5--Guayaqul
Macaws to give them a half game shoot their qualifying round of 6-Lifeboat
ead over the Conejos. golf in th6 Mercurio-Juvenia an-
Yesterday's box score: nual golf tournament. Qualifying
dates have been set for Monday. 9th Race "G"
PUMAS March 21 through Sunday,
'layers ab r h o a March 27.
Cunningham, T. 8b 3 0 0 0 2 1-Barrroe
orres, 3b 1 0 0 1 0 The low 96 men golfers will 2-Welsh Fox
.ovelady, p 3 1 0 1 1 qualify for the six men's flights 3-Quematodoi
Corrigan, T. as 3 0 2 2 2 with two flights o( 16 each mak- 4-R. Emblem
Vills, cf 3 0 2 2 0 ing it possible for 32 ladies to 5-". Spruce
Wills, cf 3 0 2 2 0 qualify. 6-Beduina.
Leynolds. lb 4 1 0 6 0 Each medalist and flight win- 7-Espagirico
ele, If 3 1 0 0 0 nor will be presented with a fa- 8--edur
Webb, c 1 0 0 6 2 mouse Juvenia watch, with the 9-Oranero
[all, rf 1 0 0 0 0 runners-up being given a piece
Priest, 2b a 0 0 0 1 of silver.
There will' be no practice 10th Race "C"
Totals 25 3 4 18 I rounds shot after Sunday, March
20 until the individual golfer has 1-Begania
vs. CONEJOS shot his qualifying round. 2---Lexdn
-'- CO NFO' All go era entering this year's 3-Lion' Claw
_rangioni, 3b 1 2 0 2 0 Juvenia tourney are reminded 4--Came
yter, ss 2 1 2 2 0 that they must pick up their Ju- 5--Postinovich
irkland, p 3 1 2 1 3 venia scorecard in the Summit 6--Fol
Chase. lb 3 1 1 B 0 Hills clubhouse.
Watson, cf 3 1 1 0 01 Tournament commit ee m e n 11th Race "A"
Million, c 3 00 8 0 have announced that the first
hassin, 2b 2 0 0 1 3 round pairing will be made Sun- 1-Coral
Scott, If 2 S0 00 0 day evening March 27; and will 2-Don Goyo
Wadraska, rf 2 Q 0 1 0 be published in this paper Mon- 3-Portal
Totals 21b 6 21 1 day. &--Black Gold
Score by Innings
'umnas 0210Ji 0-3 W
ConeJos 10805000-

H. Ruiz
J. Brave
A Va.s.
P. Rose
J. Oongo.

-Very dangerous here
-Our choice again
-Returns from layoff
-Dropped in class
-Rates fair chance


Imported 1 MUePurse: 5400.00 Pool eleses: 3:3S
First Race of the Double

iM. Ycaza 106x-Can only beat worst
A. Vas. 112 -Runs wide on turns
L. Giral. 112 -Distance suits style
J. Reycs 115 -Could score again
0. San. 115 -Distance to liking
F. Hidal. 107 -Form indicates
K. Flores 113 -Dangerous contender
B. Agui. 115 -Distance handicaps -
M. Quere. 118 -Was once much the best
R. Vas. 114 -Should fight It out


Imported 7 Fs.Purse: $500.00 Pool closes: 4:08
eclal" Second Race of the Double

L. Giral.
R. Vas.
A. Vs.
Reyes R..
B. Agul.
0. San.

118 -Should be close up
115 -Disappointed in return
110 -Hard to beat here
102x-Lengshot poedbilty
118 -Was lame las week
118 -Reportedly improved

ported 6 Fgs.Purse: M500.00 Pool closes: 4:40
ecial" QUDIJ LA

A. Valdi.
A. Vas.
F. Hidal.
B. Awul.

110 -Has shown nothag 15 1
115 -Quits at firs, halenge 3-1
115 -Has goodealy speed 10-1
110 -Looks- good in workouts 3-1
118 -Has run against better Even
118 -The horse-to beat 3-2

Imported 7 Fgx.Pun e:. -$0.00 ool closes: 5:15


V. Casit.
J. Phllips
A. Vas.
F. Rose
R. Vas.
J. Bravo
G. San.
A Y.caza
A. Valdi.

-Quit badly in last 3-1
-Could score in upset 8-1
-Returns In improved form 2-1
-Fastest at getaway 5-1
--Seeks repeat victory Even
-Nothing recently 6-1
-Would pay nice price 4-1
-Doesn't seem likely 10-1
-Poor recent race 15-1

Imported 1 Mle Purse: $650.00 Pool loses: 5:40

R. Gomez 108 -Not off last effort
F. Hidal. 106 -Worse each time out
B. Agul. 118 -Will fight it out
J. Phillips 105 -Hopeless case
M. Ycaza 105x-Distance to liking
H. Rulz 110 -kRacing to top form

Native 64 Fgp.Purse: $375M Pool closes:
M. Ycaza 105x--Gets stiffest test
J. Brivo 114 -Hard to beat here
A. Vas. 120 -Distance only handicap
H. Ruiz 108 -Likely not good enough



Summary. Errors: Coiejos:
Chase. Runs batted in: PUMas,
Corrigan, Hall 2, Conejos: lfrk-
land, Chase 2, Watson 3. Two-
base hit: Conjos: Chase. H e
run: Conejos: Watson. ten
bases: Pumas: Reynolds 2: Co-
nejos: Frangini. Double plays:
Conejos: Kirkland to Chas. Left
on bases: Pumas 9:; oa jos 3.
Bases on bailN off: Kirta 6;
Lovelady 6. Strike-outs by Kirk-
land 7; Lovelady 6. Mts o:
Itrkland 4 for UVnas, n 7 in-
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TROPHY PRESENTATION Col. L. C. Pittman Commanding
Officer, Fort Amador, accepts the rotating championship trophy
for the Panama Area Armed Forces Bkseball League from 'Brig.
Gen. W. E. Laidlaw (left), Chief of Staff, U. 8. Army Caribbqan,
before the start of the final regular season game Satutday night
at Fort Clayton. Kobbe nudged titlist Special Troops, 1-0, in the
game, but the Troopers easily goes after the Caribbeain CQm-
mend title in a seven-game series with Antilles' champion, Camp
Losey, starting at Fort Clayton on March 26.
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'NEW YORK, March 1~B (UP) Three Grapefruit
League innings don't make a big league stadr, but the
Cleveland Indians had powerful evidence today that high-
ly-touted Herb Score is all he's cracked up to be.
Score, the "glamour rookie" of sen's attempted comeback was
the 1955 spring crop,.made hsle proving a success. Jansen, a 23-
long-awaited debut yesterday lame winner for the Giants In
and looked like the Indians' best 1951, was dropped from the ac-
prospect since the fabulous Pob list and made a coach last
Feller broke in back In 1930. summer but asked to try a come-
Flashing the blazing fireball 'back this spring.
that enabled him to set an .
Aiterican Association strikeout ."Fom what he's showed me
record last season, Score pitched so far, Ill just baye to give
three hitles iannlngs against the him a chance above some of
Chicago Cuba, striking out three the younger fellows," Durocher
batters and walking only two. said.

The Z1-yeareld southpaw's
performance was doubly Im-
pressive because Mike Garcta,
Ray Narleikl and Art Houtte.
man-all tried and true mem-
bets of Cleveland's powerful
m4und corps-were roughed up
bfy the Cub. Score was te on-
ly Clevela d pitcher to escape
unscathed as the Cobs scored
an1-7 victory. \
Score, ho stand 8 feet, 2
inches an. weighs 185 pounds,
compiled al0 record for In-
dianapolls { Mon and set a
league r 330 strikeouts
He was hEi Sone of the best
rookie prospects of recent times
and is given a. tfine chance to
become the Tribe's No. 4 starter
behind Garcla, Bob Lemon and
Early Wynn. Manager Casey
Stengel, of the Mew York Yan-
kees has sa.d he fetrs the job of
catching the Idimana "would be
.all but Imp IM If Score's all
he's crackEd upp be."

An error by shortstop Alex
Grammas followed by rookie El-
ston Howard's two-run double
sparked a three-run eighth-in-
ning rally that carried the Yan-
kees to a 7-4 triumph over the
st.. buils Cardinals. It was the
ourth straight game 'n which
Howard hit safely as the .330-
hitter at Toronto in 1954 virtual-
ry locked up a spot on the ros-
ter. He is seeking to become the
first Negro to play a regular
American League game with the
The Yankees also announced
the optioning of pitcher Ralph
Terry to Denver and the assign-
ment of pitcher Dave Benedict
and catcher Al Nieman to Den-
ver's Lake Wales camo for fur-
ther disposal. In another deal,
the Brooklyn Dodgers sent pitch-
er Erv Palca to the Baltimore
Orioles to replace preacher Roe.
Roe was traded to the Orioles
last December but refused- to re-

p o ro
Senators c to auoy man- In yesterday's bther games,
ager Charley ,en's hopes as the Boston Red Sax downed the
they equalled longest win- Milwaukee Braves, 8-5; the Kan-
ning streak of 'te spring by sasn City A's defeated the Chica-s
beating the Ci nati Redlegs, go White Sex, 8-7 and the De-
6 to 4 for j ir urth stralht troit Tigers beat the Philadel-
triumph. b de Yost and Tom phia Phillles, 3-2.
Umphlett hit home runs as
southpa* ean Stone was cred-
ited with ,i cond victory of MODIERN CLUBS
the Ora p igue campaign.
< At' P^ l z.," manager New York (NEA) Lloyd
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40u Coud Be Best Of Series

TeN PURE-BRED Mexican bulls are scheduled to arrive here by
lane today to take part in bullfights at La Macarena bullring
In San Francisco de in Caleta. Four of them are scheduled to
fight against two matadors Sunday afternoon, starting at 4 p.m.
Matched against the bus, which are believed to be the most
courageous ever bought by the Maearena enterprise, wi/ be
Juan Estrada of Mexico and Jesus Graela of Spain. Both Estra-
da and Graela will use full crews of picadors in an effort to
outdo each other. Estrada is seen above executing a "pase de
pecho" during one. o hiM successful performances.

US Athletes Press For More

Gold Medals Despite Winning

Pan-A eritn ames Title

The third meeting between
Joltin' Joe Browh o( New Or-
leans aqd Atonid (Tony) Ar-
menteros of Havana, Cuba;
scheduled for Sunday at the Co-
lon Arena, could turn out to be
the best of their aeries.
Brown and Armenteros have
met twice before according to
the April Issuei of "Ring Maga-
zine. The following excerpts ap-
pears on the last page of Ring
Magazine's April issue under the
New Orleans News column:
"...Joe Boqwn, 137, New Or-
leans lightweight, chalked up
an eight-round TK0 on Anto-
nio Armenteros, 140(, of Ha-
vans, Cuba In an alld-colored
bout promoted at the Coli-
seaum, New Orleans 1-18-55.
"Brown gained revenge as
the Cuban had won in Miami,
Fla. in a December outing. Dr.
West C. Quinn, physician of
the Louislana Commission, or-
dered the bout stopped in the
eighth round...."
Both Armenteros and Brown
are reported in excellent condl-
tion and were scheduled to com-
plete their training programs
this afternoon at the Colon Are-
Semifinalists Lupe Pancho and
Chocolate II were also reported
to be in perfect physical condi-
tion. Pancho is a solid favorite
to stop "Choco" in their six-
round 128 pound sub-feature
A six-round special pits Han-
kin Barrows III, winner by
knockout over Carlos Watson
in his last start, against Mar-
cial Molnar, who lost a deci-
sion to Watson last Sunday.
These boys will slug it out at
the 135 pound weight limit.
Sensational 118-pound Claudio
Martinez will make his pro de-
but against Kid Zefine II in the
opening four-round preliminary.
Martinez has waded through, the
amateur ranks and experts rate
him a brilliant prospect.
General admission for this ex-
cellent program Is' only $1.00
(one dollar).

Pacific Women's

Sof~ihl Leagu9

To Slad In April



AtTucen, Arls. (11 Innin~) _
Chic. (N) 410 000 200 01-8 11 0 PACIFIC LITTLE LAGOE
Cleveland 200 010 208 00-7 8 2
Rush, Jones 45), Church (10) Second Half Team Standings
and Fanning. Garcla, Score (4), Won Lest P1.
Narleaki (7), Houtteman (10) andS 8pur Cola ......... 5 1 .8838
Hegan. WP Church. LP -lOibraltar ......... 4 1 .00
Houtteman. HR MiksU, T. Lincoln Life ....... 3 2 .600
Tappe. Seymour AJ ....... 3 2 .600
Elks 1414 ......... 1 5 .168
At Tampa, Fla. Police ............. 1 6 .133
Chic. (A) "B" 100 000 010-2 7 0 ---
Cincl. "B" 002 020 001-4 13 3 Spur Cola 7 Police 2
Harshman, Johnson (8), Brazle
(8) and Battey. Werle, Rosa (6) Spur Cola regained (he top in
Dotterer. WP Werle. LP the Pacific Little League when
Harshman. they took the measure of the
I)wly Police team. The win for
At Lakeland, Fla. the soft drink lads put them a-
Philadelphia 001 001 000-2 10 3 head of Gibraltar Life by one
Detroit 000 020 001-3 .8 1 halt game, and with the season
Owens, Greenwood (5), Meyer entering into Its final phase none
(9) and Lopata. Miller, Cristante of the first division teams can
(6), Marlowe (8) and Houee.'afford to lose any games.
Wilson (6). WP Marlowe. LPI Yesterday's game was featured
Meyer. by three home runs. Roy Watsan
.--- cracked the first one. then Har-
ry Elliot sent the pellet flying
At St. Petersburg, Fla. over the left field wadil and in
St. Louis 002 000 200-4 10 4 the sixth Curty Schwarzrock
New York (A) 000 112 03x-7 9 1 clouted his ninth homer of the
Arroyo, F. Smith (6), LaPalme year, putting him only two be-
(7 and H. Smith, Rice (6). Mor- hind the record established by
gan, Kraly (7), Konstanty (9),Bruce Bateman. Bruce, however,
and Howard. WP Kraly. LP had 25 games to do the trickt
LaPalme: HR Bauer, H. Smith, 'whereas Curty has only twenty,
Grammas. Curty was also the winning,
.-- pitcher, allowing only three hits
and three walks. Again the Spur
At Sarasota, Fla. Cola team came up with a per-
Milwaukee 020 000 210-5 7 1 feet day afield, having nomias-
Boston 001 232 00x-8 11 0 cues charged against them. "
Buhl. Thompon (4), Gorin (5) In the second inning, the Po-
Cave (6) and Crandall, Parks lice team executed two succes-
(4). Kemmerer, Hudson (5), sive plays that would have made
Thomas (7) and Buck, Owen (7( the major leaguers envious First
WP Kemmerer. LP Thomp- Jimmy Barnes smothlered a hard
son around ball and threw to catch-
S cr Elliot t oget the sllding run-
ner. On the next play shortstop
At Tampa, Fla. 1 ike Klipper fielded a hard
Kansas City 300 001 20-28 14 2 chance and again catcher Elliot
Chicago (A) 010 000 010-2 10 2 was thrown the ball and put on
Ditmar, Fricano (8) and Me- the tag for an out.
Kenzie. Pierce, Fisher (7), Bra"'e
(8) and Lollar. WP Ditm.'* Spur Cola Ab RH
LP Pierce. Chase 2b-as ......... 3 0 2
"r- ....... J. Watson ss-3b .... 3 2 0
R. Watson c .......... 3 1 1
At Daytona Beach, Fla. Schwarzrock P ..' 3 3
(10 Innings) Pr. lb............3 1 1
Brooklyn 000 003 100 0-4 6 1 Rathgeer 3b-2b ..... 2 0 0
Baltimore 200 000 200 1-5 10 2 ('aldWelI cf .......... 3 0 0
l'owen rf-lf .......... 2 0 0
Loes, Labine (4), LaSorda (9) l'erranti If ........... 1 0 0
and Campanella. Alexander, Fer- llfr .If.......... 1 0 0
rarese (4), Harrison (7) and Zel"ck lf-rf. .....1 0 0
Smith, Batts (7). W -- Harr-B ron _Polce 0
so..LP ... rda. rowder rf-lb....3 1 .1
/ ...1 ^ ,, i *s.

At Orlando, Fl. IA0rat- ba .....,3 0 1
Cincinnati 2 4 7 4 w t ............ 3 1 1
Washington 0" 320 OOx-8 11 1 Pr es t ..........2 0 0
Washngtn xro ~u u Kllpperss......... 2 0 0l
Nuxhall, Acker (5) and Lan Roe 3b ............ 2 0 0
drith. Stone, Stewart (6), Ol- rown If ............ 2 0 0


M. of Omaha
Coco Solo
IPolce Pale
Coca Cola .
Little Mottas

4 1
3 2

In another hectic ball gane
between the Police Pals and Mu-
tual of Omaha, the Iasurance-
men eked out a close one by tin
score of 4 to 3. Each team
six hits with Pete Eudeus fifth
homerun being the deciding tfaeq
Mel Fields and Jim Palumbp
were the opposing moundime
Jim didn't show his usual speedf
or control as he only struck oM
five and game up four walks.
Mel, too, couldn't seem to gel hit
pitches, where lhe wanted themn,
but It wasn't until the sixth tiLat
he really faltered.
Mutual scored two in hethird
on a walk, two errors ant4I hit
by Damiani. In the if with
Damlani on first by *atue of a
fielder's choice, Petey lt a Ble
drive about twenty feet high that
Just barely cleared the. left fleld
fence for a homerun. ,
The Pala came back in t
bottom of the f1th, to pick t
one run on a triple by Carpea.
tIr and an eror. n thq.itzU
Kenway had hi. tird infield Mb.
followed by twe. alks to Palum-
1o and malkuiI I. Ooguen hitai
bloope r jut .a bu- k of th ec
ond baman t score Kenway
ahd Palumbo Blalkowski wi.
cut down trying to score anim
Carpenter Struck out to enPthb
game. ,

Kleefkins, Cf
Ebdon, lb
Kenway, ss
Palumbo. p
lalkowski, c
Egger, 3rd
Goguen, 2b
Carpenter,. If.--
Orr, rf
Smith, rt

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Bv HALWOODI I loafe someffih t he...t. Plar s have been virtually corn- dis ('7), Ramos (9) and Edwar. .Z8 L.... .......... ._...i u
l By SA WOOD "IJ lfoaed somewhat du h ring hle spltef f r the thllof o W Stone. LP Nuxda.ll Dh._i ......... 0 . o...the. ra, l---e sad. 195Losing ptcer, Delling.l Field, R. l 1
XICO CI~. March "- Thenh when I tried to up 519 season of the Pacific Wom- Yost, Umphlett; I .I -,R,
(UP). Relentless U.S. athietesi from Miranda on the home- Softball .Leue.s Bra o BClARMED FORCES Ende'a 3 "1-

Winning four more first places macho of Venezuela in a nvery Pan a and Colon tie in 9 Innibs .Iin the tassle B2- r I c-
in five final events yesterday, the slow 4:31.4. It is assured t iat the sam The annual eletIon of officers each tea use two. itchrA-u If 0
tYanks boosted their point total The foils title in the fencing -O lafei which participated oethe Brazona Brook Countrysa Barley eand Butch toint. Truck ,f .
to 335r- giving them a 133 point department went to H. D. Gold- the t season w be back l te Braz e this ouer sa Btarle Lean Bueut an .mtrn c..
lecad over defending champion Smith of New York, who wo the ame thso year nndqroshe t'nd wiebllotak blaceths week- ue akn tota ofhelevnIit Ra Totea l
einay of eight matches. Another U,80 salme spensnrpomA8romth +anulr n whallotoxes wioBll b daykien t o West Banl,
hghlt performance man, Albert Ajelrod of Brozx, m led a.m. atrda tuca Jououteen and we lke .
Ieterday was e record-sm.Ih- N.Y., finished s second. struc keturn e tees o Gil Molln l a Id urunx.
Ing triumph of young Mildred Mil d mBank ld an.'early
McDaniels of Atlanta, Ga., who Bud held, the minister from mmie Brathwaite's Clegs respectively for the part ad by push tolle-dns atearyag
set a new Games mark in the Lakeside, Calif., won a gold med- r%'r os ... d three years of outstanding im- n the first In th Bt ,urundu ,- """
Mcin fiefnlS evnromeieaatman'o :3:4 Jr. ose F~rench's5 n ;met resanul lcti on13 fof othecpast.eaad byaushd ~two ntt heros I ,f"z" ,",
Yanksm ror o mte n wtheaiea poln .t i-ne'o thte jaein wthe aftssnc Omng.f~ IT~ aT nassies, Har o~lda~ o-thre yers of Brouttnin m io n thefis t Ba lney ad Butc durn'I:u~il.. '"-;;

higto'ump rf r women with a leap alr nthe javet n with ae to ss of Lowte o 'Malta Vir nine a d nrovement in club affairs, were rame back with two runs in their ',-
of*five feet, six nd pne-quarter 228 feet,10inches to crack the Lula Gelate's Fundador Bra nominated f a further term half of the second. Curundu's 7'O6AY fA 0L0
Inches. odd i ark; and Uack Davis, form irla l r, a but have withdrawn their names Ralph Franfloni smacked a dou-- We ....
Miss McDoet nald never expected m e oJ sceds A mete r gfro s "Thel league has set Wedneos- me the ballot. te in the fourth but died there. 1:1a S., 4:M, 8:o, i. S
to be the center of any such ova- grles, w on the 110-meter high day Apri u3 as its tentat Capt. Bill Lewis and .im Hov- They made another bid to scored
ton as she received from the hurdles Davis, clocked in 14.3 openfl date fo the- 30-ame rson now remain as the omi- oil Joe Garcla's triple In the
Latin Americans in the stands seconds, was not happy about It. yseo Gaies wl hbe wlaed d ness for president with Bob Lee fifth but Barley knuckled down
for her feat. She received the I must be the unluckiest guy the diamonds of san rp- and Pddte Eder running for the to retire the side.,ito
largest hand of the day after she In the games," he said. "I'm sa- ral d La Boca with layn job of viee-presldent. 1 The game was evenly matched
barely failed in her attempt to tisfied with the victory but aday, ein Mondayse, Wd es Dr. Willard French and Ronger in that only two errors were .*.
break a world mark. that's all. off to a bad days and Th iursda ys Orvis have withdrawn their committed in the entire game i
As great as her performance start. And today the wind was a- This earth's Audmiastration I names for the secretaryship, a and by West Bank hut they bat-un l^
was. the Wes Santee-Jan M- against me. The other day I set headed b Caivie Clark, J job previously expertly handled tered the horsehide for- seven ^l
rand sketch al in a 1,500 a Games record, but it was not president Erell Alexla busines Jim Hoverson over a period rafetles whereas Curundu slap-
tr race pr was the allowed because the wind was on manag and ahardofdrec of yar leaving Jim oump as ned four hits and played error-
thriller. M ldnre emy tail.e Yes sir, I'rm the un- tor ln stnaof h two of ie- n uncontested nom e. 'as ball. They will meet again l ,
Officials first took a look at luckiest guy of the Pai-Amer cn. m doenton da a w r nree-p For treasurer. thecnominatim iT the near future Droviding the
the pictures of the photo o finish lean Games." taive ronm each teeamr the committee has followed the pat- rame has some bearing on the
and declared It was a dead heat. The lone gold medal that es- eague tern of other years by naming final results.
Upon further consideration then caped the Americans was the W'y8oall F thitsits 1 w il nz w rei t Humphries without any Over at the Clayton diamond, 3 3 -.... .
changed their decton to e -meter hurdles for women, the Sth enh usa l over alternative, which, as. usual. Clayton came from behind to
Miranda their be a hair. The time won beElana Gaete of Chw e teein thm can bef ce tin of meets wlth the approval of the a teal a thriller ftom Caribbean
Miranda fistn by a hai er. The Urns wone gamesn Gaeted sfhl. cn the aled e...b.. eie-rentiem brsp. oThmgmeand 7-6. en] mtheedrs in-

waa solid C06.8. The swimming preliminaries local stas ad me Bof the tr membersi command 7-. In the fiCm n rst In-sc
Santee laughed, off the decl- got tnderway with something of stellar ou tales In acio two run s bliug th e Commanders scoredmS
slon. r aa set-back for the U.S. faces, once iore du ngte s 1 S- the s s ew runs but their Claytonlf with at II
Jimmy MeLane.' exYl tpa sonwhic promises% tobeone f Dadarad.*-J wn backI n hl afwthto 'M O f
_now in the Navy, firiehed third te t most success ever held. eIcause the Widl es to even the sconr la-
i in one heat of the 800-meter Thna-erl end f thr o "i ton edged forward with one runr-
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captured by Silvio Ke"h of Bra- Paralso Servlce Center. All man- t me rshi -" with four runs on pitcher Brink NC ANT 0
Sll, with Wayne Moore I Nichols. -ers and other interested r- t e* liner's tremendousa drive over TODAY Se. Me.
Conn., second. ^M~euemht~d inemrrS2 S~ia-aw2S2mS. the left field fence. TBX-? v
Lou Jones of New Roclielle Mons are requested to atten d Im nv.blSs' iij *n3SS With the score in their favor -
o. L N. Y., set a Games record in fthe e' 'e a w -3, the hosts lashed back with CL-,cIpef
urace with a c i R a- tletabh.a lgg he.hird on Jack Burke'W. J don- o:Derek.
,, ,IO te1 lt~aoYot er Jesse thib rd of sucssuiee held.s, o *** is t b!e. Burke so rertved Bill wie- "ADVT..i_. 0-
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Jbat starts f hor p. p Jim e.I.A^w.| bl Wd s a d is bottom of the foutt: the' thlt. Also: Van i
SwKelly of Philadelphia set a new In Crls tobal o:r i6. T ':a -J- .. d.he sco..te n Th.e othe im #45K'n
IB~ course record far .winning his sart, yw s |Te a ? e ss six wth with one run. Wilkeenson
co ,ur heat in the ineo ther A he w .. The international Asstocla- ai wa credled with ithe win andec l:v= =
TI .. .. I taptuem of Ca*rlee Log and tBon of Apprved Ba ll ^ ^S -- ,... lwl th lorrs T .
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E OUT FOR LUNCH Dining between the morn andthe Re. ,i te truth and the country is safe" Abrahae- Lincoln. kp s d toe h 1a
"'__hMno.Viersien"icar_._ixngubotanhail"dmge____"$b________.._B-_;eay ye terday there may be a oukn-
ke" r-tra at Nw Yor Is ros ion wtnes Pat Ward. Miss Ward smiles (left) said yesterday U.S. forces n ven others late yesterdaynection between the ale of lewd
TIRears thoughtful as she smokes center, and prepares to return to courtroom TIETH ar now equipped wth rad off the FukAR PANAMA, P., FRIDA, MARCH fired from new ens and obscene material and a e-
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US Pacific Forces Have A-Weapons piofld1ydirse&

communique aid the Russian built ie gun recent- cabinet a "lan for e eper
Will Use Them On Military Targets of l
event of war. f t gunboats nd more thn said. hsage of a bill to make It a fed-
(Ne A Telephotos) CHICAGOn March 18 (UPlosi laeimd It sank oneRedsChinese Nationalist military sources re- Junks assembled in inlets along aera to trs aport obe e
IME OUT FOR LUNH Dining between the morning and afternoon sessions of the Mino Vie re nthe hands of rt M. onry unoat an d ort eavof Fooc am edho ported the hellin used tr o op- he nearby coast. er roe ne
"Mickey" Jelke re-trial at New York is prosecu .ion witness Pat Ward. Miss Ward smiles (left), said yesterday U.S. forces i. the seven others late yesterday 1D a riona damage. The Formosan Ministry of De- SummerfOeld'nveral Arthur t.
appears thoughtful as she smokes a cigarette centerr, and prepares to return to courtroom Pacific are now equipped with raid off the F ukien coast. --e shells were fired from new, tense today discussed with the help poeal offictd citizens ut
(right). tactical atomic weapon. and w.ill Caommtunique said the. a- Ruslianbuilt i uns recent- cabinet a plan for dispersal to the malls." He said "public mo-
use them on military targets in tionalrit planes sighted a flotilla 7l brought to thu Amoy area, it the hinterlands in the event of rality"' is involved in "the great
a t & event of war. of sight gunboats and more thbn Waa said. heavy air attacks on Formosa. mass of wanted pornograptM
Nixon said atomic explousvee e00 large schooners in milng I" "nee 'oure roted material ben offered orodep'-
are in the hands of artillery. R north' of Foodlow. tlb. 15,0W Red troops sur- The conviction has been grow- mry thr al offered for dals.-
and tactical air force unit ln communique said all ya*. rounding Quemey qu. three ing here in the past several days e ot h ftl malls.b i
Sw e sseusin ss 5s the Pacific, which apparently planes returned safely sides were renfmd fhis week that the"United States is pre- there was a t7 pr etIce
S h oIW BC e leb ritwould limit them to s atll-scale to their bases. With the arrival of another So,- pared to help the Nationalist .he s pr e i e
nuclear devices. at Amno broke its silence yester- Of communist sldlers. forces defend Matsu and QueoV te e amount of obsaei e am-f
SHe said they can and will be day i ring 14 rounds at little Air observation was said to Islands. just off the m nand last lsen ughsd the bele
used because "the weapons whichQ emoy. have disclosed 1000 or more Red as well as Formosa itself. there is "some conneton" be-
Named By Ca Girl Pat Ward were used during the Koreapn ad
World War In are obsolete.aa teen this "alarming ,Icrea".e
Nixon said both Secretary of and the boost i sex crime.
NEW YORK March 18 tUP)- -le met Jelke who is accused of whom she identified only as "Vin. State John Foster Dulles and .''"Tr,? same i. a prepared t.m..
The vice trial of Minot F. Micke.v compulsory prostitution cent," and that she had accepted President Einenhower have men- ., .: .. Many authorities believe there is was recessed abruptly yes- This was in response to a se- 'norey from him for illicit rela-. toned the use of atomic weap- -. on o -. b e tw th
t!rday when former call-girl Pat ries of sharp questions which lions. It was then she began to pns in the Pacific, but that "I'm ,
Ward broke mto sobs under re- Herz designed tg show that the cry. going to say It a little more d ...a,,nu, ',. .. ... h. gac re in ob nfa
lentless cro examination about year-old pla-for-pay girl took Herz earlier asked her if she bluntly today." and an increase in uvee d
the mene she before she met; up prostitution without compul- ad ever been intimate with any-.
the pini-sized olec heir. sion. one before she met Jelk. A lunch throng of ,200 ap- e. ates Keauver (D-T.nnJ
Defense attorney George W. Durig pat of Nera' cr "Only once. she said. She tesg plauded his statement about said Wednesda the lunch mn
Herz ws hamerg the willowy examination the questions a nd lied that that was with Lawrence atomic weapons. sand wnes oe Sch -
Miss Ward with questions about nwers went ike this: Creenbaum, whom she had iden- Afterward newsmen asked dren havehe ae a "b-
her relation with a Stamford. Q Did Mickeyever ask you f tified as the iathr of her child Nixonif his remarks were Inbuou th e of
Conn., man when she burst into uhad dsualrelaonswit ho out of wedlock. tended to. condition the Amer scene terature
tears for the second time during hter men before he proposed? Miss Ward was on the stand for Ic war.n eop p H oe Goln
Judge Francis L. Valente re- 'l dntremembr. o ie fourth day ofcthe re-trIal. "No, we're Just layin' the lega le alate
cessed the trial until later today. Iad a bey born out of wedlock? trial but wo a new one on said. the lint.. or war. h-s state shipment of such filth
The recess came during an explo- A. I did. grounds that hih constitutional He said the p int here teo by private ve es. Present lw
sive day at the sensational trial ihs were violated when Valen- changed to the pomai oer shippinge
that included mentIonof the Q. Before he proposed to you? rg re violate V n- at wea on are now psh p
names of showman George White A. I don't remember. e barred press and publiconventional." but ot by private
pianist Skitch Henderson an d Herz injected into the trial the hecourtroom "It i_ foolish to ,talk about the
comedian Joey Adams. names of Henderson and Adams. possibility that the weapons
S were introduced Through questioning he brought| iuim m which might be used in the event A ll "'
Other names ow i r out the fact that Miss Ward metI N Ly EXp rIIImI IIn g war breaks out in the pacific l Vu ll
when the contents of Miss Ward's H Ienderson when she was 16 but would be limited to the conven-
"little red book" were made pub- never went out with him. 1. or r ti onal Korean and World War ItI -lt | A
li| earlier in the day. She said she once went for an vW o1n1a LoUR" types of explosives." Nix6n said. t wi. e*, .
Miss Ward testified a George automobile ride with Adams. She "Our forces could not fight an BOUND FOR BED CHINA The Finnish tank er, the Arubs, loes With Jet plane fuel for aed
White once told her he was pero- was not asked whether she had m rl effective war in the Pacifs.with China, Is tr object of muh cture In the Far ast. Chinese Nationalists say that Com- A
oucuing a plav and that he might been intimate roth him. e ed e o u n il ne those tynes of explosives if wrey muntlst urbMirieus may a-po a eort the r through ti.: ationUset blocigetoa Wo r a
give her a part in it. Then Herz began questioning y wanted to. Red Chfta pfrt. _
In Hollywood, the famed pro- her about her relations with t h e WASHINGTON, March 18 (UP) "Tactical atomic explos H -- WASHINGTON. March (P)
ducer of George White's "S ca n Stamford man. That was in 1951 The Navy is experimenting are not conventional and wilu r-,. e -
daIs" said, ,I'm not even sure I when Miss Ward was pregnant with a "new look" submarine be nd aint th e military k tuotod today a sayin~ the "tate
met her" although he may have with an illegitimate child. that moves faster under water targets of any aggressive o the wo7 next erine's wr
been introduced to her at a New She, denied Herz' statement that than any other U.S. sub now force." *ui- ,,S s,, ,-Dve o ntmern Wh. have an important being on
York night cib.t she had gone out with the a n operating. Nixon said the seriousness of whether he seeks re-electon.
Namesin Miss Ward'uce s little Results of tests which ave the situation in the Formsa ef ra
late Wdnesdayr were not made been going on for a year on the area should not be undereattl- e t elcutiveentan
ued, Duquesne, tDayyon ,, ship anwe, o give shassuran cetherele UT Latin American Nations e Saw 1 m.embes
Among the dozens of names ..Ult- ti u lonee ASalwae will terde mt ed an d it is iorie to so ined in Febin..present
46C. were Dane Clark Peter ei o h Navy's need for a ship with un- war there. "
m Jnone and n Ste. C usually high underwater spbidt If the Communists art like CHICAGO, March 18 -(UP) friends of ours." he said. "B u t lean road which has never been inh e ee y.
by. John Coe e and ill Stern. TIplus improved maneuvering abi- reasonable men there will be no The Latin American nations need they could be dangerous en e- eted. Today the same publican
The fireworks contained in the lit war." he said better transportation, system s, .aies." "-ut markets are the r most renewed their request for 1986.
ter rd testified shortly final T rro The Albacore, now operating "But dictatorial leaders of re- peace and stability capital and. He cited the stability being pro- important need," he said. p. Hugh Scott (RPa.), r-
after Miss Wr.rd testified he had i -Om out of Portsmouth, N. H., has a evolutionary ifiovements are 4- above all, markets, to real z e roted in governmental affairs of Nixon cited the ease of Cuba, mbr itepulcan national chair-
exual relations "only one" before submerged speed of 2 knots or waysunpredictable. They some- their great economic potential Honduras, exico, Nic a r a g u a where the entire economy is bas. man said, "there was a general
NEW YORK, March 18 (UP) -more. It and the Nautilus are the times do unreasotable things. ce resident Ric the ugar crop expre of enthusiasti hop
S Maurice (The Magnif c e n fastest submarines afloat. For Nixon said that those who on saidyesterday Pressure is ing the i United tht thet wod a-
e r m HeeredictE. the government of PressurB
o ment will wind uap just Tourna- little faster than the atomi know what kind 9 animal we a n spech before the Execu iala uring the next two years er Bu. n if wer doa hersad, ue thed ot n t he
To-Make uroea Invtatio B etbalus trthe wayPpowered submarineNautilus. are dealingwit."Cubans wEba tbuJolLd.e
the seeding committee said It The Albacore, built for about Nixon said a pliy of weak- ves Club. than the previous Communistic- le butter and cause him to have me
would with Duquesne and 17, 850 000 is of radical design. ness and partialsurrender now ended regime did in a decade. poduc say one way or the other"
Troops Obsolete Dayton meeting in tomorrow It is considerably smaller than would inevitably lead. to either pointedd out toathe Assem- Ther area. le said. is r I c h in Capital is needed to develop ad.
Night's finale. the conventional fleet-type sub- a big war-r o plte surren- ed businessmen that the nation resources-partiulay the hu industries in the Latin country. ov Chrtian A. rter of
sThe six-six Stokes dazzlsed marine. It has a cigar-shaped der later." as more trade with Latin Amer. man resource urnised by hard- But he emphasized that U. In Massachusetts first raised the
.FORT WORTH, Tex., March 18 16,485 fans at Madison Square hull and only one propeller. The vice Valdent said the ad- ica each yeai than with all Eu- working, intelligent, quick to vestors must be freed of wo re-election question at the lunch.
(UP irhe day of the "walg Garden last night with the The sub's controls are like ministration 1I convinced Its ope combined or than with all A- learn people who are "eager for ry of later expropriation their Asked how the President 'ok
y" ma Ne.n earl oer. A best Individual performance those of an airplane a stick present policy Of "Iristing fur- s a ndnesia economic development .holdings. the sugestion, Hetter said,
a ovetomS.avy- k ouning seen in New York thE season control with a steering wheel at their aggression i the long run The present government admnl 'Very we. Perhaps he was non-
Smove to make ground tro but it went for naught as the too of the stick. t can be has the best ee to attain our one growulatio-10-mil Thr is a great need for better traction he said, is convinced commital as he wa wht h
obsolete. ven Aero Afl- his St. Francis (Pa.) team controlled by one, two, or three Chinese lt artillery more already than that o transportation. esp ecial for private capital can do more to aid st broached the subjctin
Na harn owedn overtime to second" mwor n ve w the United Statr creatingghways such as the inter-mer- the Southern countries than can 192," erter said
hates, Inc., of ortWorm the eboediaynor7-ti 7e to secn Imn s. When two or three men are objective o without ur- er-larger market far American
-ahad sig t start buildin seeded Dayton, 79-73 used to control the ship. one man'render." b.. S. funds.
ead king butovsatile air Top-seeded Duquesne, playing does the steering while one or, Meanwhile on Formosa the goods or said. the adminis. Bott reported the Pre nt
add looking cvera l ve i n peIo a e _the r control the depth. Chinese Natialt air force "These countries are gre eat Fat Similarl o ra t asiniSted the Pesan
if e man flown bf oriecn hand se t through the Import-Export "ank lunch about the same time in
a s d ned iFot Woh and S A rd Pad y s y &n D u in On Suspension T best help from the United thy woul a like t
DonaSd Delackner, president of The figures say Stokes sank 43 DUBLIN, March 18 (UP) tjj \QA\ BY W techicail aid which he said "has not take this bait. *but moy
th firm said the mitar is pre- points, second Highest in he hi Ireland celebrated St Patk's a sma cost to us but offers great said he looked forward to seeng
D ack said any man who o26 ots from fo w d Day yesterday with the a ng MONTREAL, anI 18 (UP)- benefits." them again next yeat.

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